Introduction to Thermodynamics, Kinetics, and Statistical Mechanics
CHEM 4501

Spring 2013
First MidTerm Exam (Chem4501)
Phys. Chem. I:a Thermodynamics
Monday, February 11, 2013 (11:15 am  12:05 pm)
This exam consists of 20 multiple choice questions (5 points each, 100 points total).
This is a close book exam, no texts, notes, or any other st
Introduction to Thermodynamics, Kinetics, and Statistical Mechanics
CHEM 4501

Fall 2013
Name_ ID #_
Chemistry 3501 / 5501
Exam I
Write your name and ID# on each of the six exam pages.
Answer 4 of the 5 questions. Indicate in the scoring box (below, on left) which question you do not want
graded using X where a score should be( X) otherwise t
Introduction to Thermodynamics, Kinetics, and Statistical Mechanics
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Physical Constants: For this exam use the following approximations,
h = 7 1034 J s
NA = 6 1023 mol1
kB = 1.4 1023 J K1
kB = 2 cm1 K1
3
1
1
R = 8 J mol K
R = 8 102 dm3 bar mol1 K1
c = 3 108 m s1
=3
e=3
Useful mathematical expressions,
1/2
2
dx ex =
4
0
1
Introduction to Thermodynamics, Kinetics, and Statistical Mechanics
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Homework 7
CHEM 4501
(SOLUTIONS)
1. (McQuarrie and Simon 211) First, write the total dierential of H as a function of T
and P :
H
H
dT +
dP
dH =
T P
P T
Equation 21.6 gives dH = T dS + V dP . Equate this to the total dierential above:
H
T
T dS + V dP =
H
Chemistry 4501
Exam I
October 5, 2016
1) There are 10 multiple choice problems and 2 short derivation
problems. Each multiple choice problem is worth 8 points and each
short derivation problem is worth 20 points.
2) There is one correct answer to every mu
First MidTerm Exam (Chem4501)
Phys. Chem. I:a Statistical Thermodynamics
Monday, February 9, 2015 (11:15 am  12:05 pm)
This exam consists of 12 multiple choice questions (5 points each), and 2 shortanswer
questions (20 points each) for a total of 100 p
Second MidTerm Exam
Phys. Chem. I: Thermodynamics
Friday, March 30, 2012 (11:15 am  12:05 pm)
This is a close book exam, no texts, notes, or any other studying aid materials. You may
use a calculator, programmable or otherwise, during the exam. You cann
First MidTerm Exam (Chem4501)
Phys. Chem. I:b Statistical Thermodynamics
Monday, February 10, 2017 (11:15 am  12:05 pm)
This exam consists of 11 multiple choice questions (5 points each), and 3 shortanswer
questions (15 points each) for a total of 100
Final Exam (200 points)
Phys. Chem. I Thermodynamics and Kinetics
Friday, May 13, 2016 (1:30 am  3:30 pm)
This exam consists of 40 multiple choice questions for 200 pts. Read the instructions
carefully and answer concisely.
This is a close book exam, no
Third MidTerm Exam
Phys. Chem. 1: Thermodynamics
Wednesday, April 18, 2012 (11:15 am  12:05 pm)
This exam consists of 10 multiple choice questions and 4 short answer questions for
a total of 100 pts. Read the instructions carefully and answer concisely.
Second MidTerm Exam (Chem4501)
Phys. Chem. I:a Statistical Thermodynamics
Monday, March 9, 2015 (11:15 am  12:05 pm)
This exam consists of 12 multiple choice questions (5 points each), and 2 shortanswer
questions (20 points each) for a total of 100 poi
Third MidTerm Exam
Phys. Chem. I: Thermodynamics
Monday, April 17, 2017 (11:15 am  12:05 pm)
This exam consists of 20 multiple choice questions for 100 pts. Read the instructions
carefully and answer concisely. There is only one best answer per question
Second MidTerm Exam
Phys. Chem. I: Thermodynamics
Friday, March 15, 2013 (11:15 am  12:05 pm)
This is a close book exam, no texts, notes, or any other studying aid materials. You may
use a calculator, programmable or otherwise, during the exam. You cann
First MidTerm Exam (Chem4501)
Phys. Chem. I:a Thermodynamics
Monday, February 11, 2013 (11:15 am  12:05 pm)
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This exam consists of 20 multiple choice questions (5 points each, 100 points tot
Third MidTerm Exam
Phys. Chem. I: Thermodynamics
Friday, April 22, 2016 (11:15 am  12:05 pm)
This exam consists of 14 multiple choice questions (5 points each), and 3 shortanswer
questions (30 points each) for a total of 100 points of the exam, plus 1
Introduction to Thermodynamics, Kinetics, and Statistical Mechanics
CHEM 4501

Spring 2015
Chapter 20. The second law of thermodynamics (February 2325, 2015 Lecture)
You probably have realized that in fact, I did not use the second law of thermodynamics
nor the entropy when we discuss the Carnot cycle. Now, lets take a look at this example
aga
First MidTerm Exam (Chem4501)
Phys. Chem. I:b Statistical Thermodynamics
Monday, February 15, 2016 (11:15 am  12:05 pm)
This exam consists of 11 multiple choice questions (5 points each), and 3 shortanswer
questions (15 points each) for a total of 100
Second MidTerm Exam
Phys. Chem. I: Thermodynamics
Wednesday, March 8, 2017 (11:15 am  12:05 pm)
This exam consists of 12 multiple choice questions (5 points each), and 2 shortanswer
questions (20 points each) for a total of 100 points of the exam.
This
Introduction to Thermodynamics, Kinetics, and Statistical Mechanics
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Chapter 19, The First Law of Thermodynamics
(Feb. 11, 2015 Lecture)
Thermodynamics is the study of the properties and the relationship between heat
and other forms of energy, such as work, of an equilibrium system.
Thermodynamics is based on three fundame
Introduction to Thermodynamics, Kinetics, and Statistical Mechanics
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Chapter 19.
J. Gao
(February 16, 2015 Lecture)
(6). Thermochemistry Heats of Formation
The standard enthalpy of reaction of a chemical reaction, denoted by
, is the
enthalpy change associated with one mole of a specific reagent that is transformed by a
ch
Introduction to Thermodynamics, Kinetics, and Statistical Mechanics
CHEM 4501

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Chapter 20. The Second Law of Thermodynamics
(February 18, 2015 Lecture)
The first law of thermodynamics states that the energy of an isolated system is conserved.
During a process when heat and work are exchanged between the system and its
surrounding, t
Introduction to Thermodynamics, Kinetics, and Statistical Mechanics
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Chapter 19.
(3). Enthalpy
J. Gao
(February 13, 2015 Lecture)
If only pressurevolume work is involved in a process from an initial state 1 to a final
state 2, the first law of thermodynamics can be written as
V
DU = q + w = q  V 2 PdV
1
There are two pos
Introduction to Thermodynamics, Kinetics, and Statistical Mechanics
CHEM 4501

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Chapter 18. Partition Functions of Ideal Gas
(February 1, 2015 Lecture)
(1). Decomposition of molecular partition function into its degrees of freedom.
A molecule can undergo translational motions in space, which may be represented
by the coordinates of t
Introduction to Thermodynamics, Kinetics, and Statistical Mechanics
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Chapter 17. Boltzmann and Partition Functions
(January 26, 2015 Lecture)
In a quantum world, which is the real world, the energy states of all systems of atoms and
molecules are quantized. As the size of the system increases, many states may have the
same
Introduction to Thermodynamics, Kinetics, and Statistical Mechanics
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Chapter 16. The Properties of Gases
(January 21, 2015 Lecture)
Although you have learned about the properties of gases in general chemistry and
although these properties are not the main subject of this course, the results and concepts
are used throughout
Introduction to Thermodynamics, Kinetics, and Statistical Mechanics
CHEM 4501

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Chapter 17. Boltzmann and Partition Functions
(January 2839, 2015 Lecture)
(4). The partition function of a system of independent, indistinguishable molecules.
As we have discussed above, in a canonical ensemble, when the molecules are
independent, and d
Introduction to Thermodynamics, Kinetics, and Statistical Mechanics
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Chapter 18. Partition Functions
(February 4,6, 2015 Lecture)
(5). Examples.
Example 171 (pp 699) examined a system of a proton in a magnetic field Bz. In
this case, the single proton can take one of two energy levels:
1
1
1 Bz ;
2 Bz
2
2
Where is the ma
Introduction to Thermodynamics, Kinetics, and Statistical Mechanics
CHEM 4501

Spring 2015
Chemistry 4501
Thermodynamics and Chemical Kinetics
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 11:15 am 12:05 pm
Room 220, Science Teaching & Student Services (STSS)
Spring Semester, 2015
Instructor:
Professor Jiali Gao, 241A Smith Hall, 6250769, [email protected] (a sub
Third Mid~Term Exam
Phys. Chem. 1: Thermodynamics
Monday, April 20, 2015 (11:15 am 12:05 pm)
This exam consists of 12 multiple choice questions (5 points each), and 2 shortanswer
questions (20 points each) for a total of 100 points of the exam, plus 1 bo
Final Exam (200 points)
Phys. Chem. I Thermodynamics and Kinetics
Saturday, May 16, 2015 (1:30  3:30 pm)
The exam consists oftwo parts. The rst part consists of 24 multiple choice questions
([20 points total, 5 points For each question). The second part
CHAPTER 2 3
Phase Equilibria
PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS
231. Sketch the phase diagram for oxygen using the following data: triple point, 54.3 K and 1.14 torr;
critical point, 154.6 K and 37 828 torr; normal melting point, w218.4"C; and normal boiling point,
Partition Funclions and Ideal Gases
denominator is
2 23 [ 16 956.183 cm" 1+ 48x [ 16 973.379 cm" ]
x  
+ p (0.6950 cm1 9K") T p (0.6950 cm" K")T
+2 25 339.36 cm" +
8x . . .
p (0.6950 cm" .K'1)T
g these values, we nd that the values of f2 for the
894
Chapter 28
where P is the total pressure. We can then write K P, by denition, as
K _ p30 _ (2s;
PNzPonleqf
Equating In K P to ArG / RT (Equation 26.11) allows us to write
173.22 kJmoll
(8.3145 x 10'3 kJmol'l K")(298.15 K)
KP = 4.50 x 1031
(25.9
26
Chemical Equilibrium
PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS
261 . Express the concentrations of each species in the following chemical equations in terms of the
extent of reaction, 5. The initial conditions are given under each equation.
a_ 302C149 * 302(3) + Clz(g)