Temple University - Department of Chemistry
CHE 3302 - Spring 2013
Problem Set#3
Due 2/14/2013
1) Eigenfunctions corresponding to different eigenvalues of an operator are orthogonal, which means
that
i* j d = 0
where I and f are the two orthogonal functi
Temple University - Department of Chemistry
CHE 3301 - Spring 2013
Problem Set#2
1) Show that the kinetic energy of a particle with a de Broglie wavelength of 2a/n is equal to the energy
of a particle in a 1-d box of length a, and with a quantum number n.
Temple University - Department of Chemistry
CHE 3302 - Spring 2013
Problem Set#7
Due 4/2/2013
1) Consider the hybridized orbitals associated with the sp3 configuration (eqn 10.3 in Atkins). Show
that h1 and h2 are orthogonal.
2) Calculate the bond orders
Tamanna Rahman (912905952)
Chem 3397/3398, Spring 2014
Section 2
Excited State Properties of 2-Naphthol
Part I: Excited State Acidity Constant
Full report 1 (revised)
Group #3
Partner: Laura McReady
I.
Abstract:
The purpose of this experiment was to deter
Chem 3301 Homework Assignment #4: Solutions
1. Argon escapes from an enclosed tank at 100 bar pressure (and T=298 K) to the open
atmosphere, where the pressure is 1 bar. Given the Joule-Thomson coecient for Argon is
3.66 K/Mpa what is the temperature of t
Chem. 3301 Homework Assignment #10
1) The partial pressures of Br2 above a solution containing CCl4 as the solvent at 25 C
are found to have the values listed in the following table. Use these data to determine the
Henrys law constant (K) for Br2 in CCl4.
Chem. 3301 Homework Assignment #7
1.
Consider the oxidation of methanol,
CH 3OH ( g ) + (3 / 2)O2 ( g ) CO2 ( g ) + 2 H 2O (l )
At T = 25C :
H f (CO2 ; g ) = 393.51 kJ / mol
S (CO2 ; g ) = 213.74 JK 1 mol 1
H f ( H 2 O; l ) = 285.83 kJ / mol
S ( H 2 O; l
Chem 3301 Homework Assignment #3: Solutions
1. One mole of an ideal gas at 1.00 atm and 298 K with Cp,n = 3.5R is put through the
following cycle. a) constant volume heating to twice its initial temperature; b) reversible,
adiabatic expansion back to its
Chem.3301 Homework Assignment #6
1. The molar entropy of liquid water at T = 298K is S = 69.9 JK-1mol-1. Given the
constant pressure molar heat capacities, Cp(H20,l) = 75.3 JK-1mol-1 and Cp(H20,g) =
33.6 JK-1mol-1 and the enthalpy of vaporization, Hvap=40
Chem. 3301 Homework Assignment #5
1. Consider the ammonia gas formation reaction at 298 K,
3
1
H 2 ( g ) + N 2 ( g ) NH 3 ( g ) . H r = 46 kJ / mole
2
2
1
H2 (g) H (g)
2
1
N2 (g) N (g)
2
H r = 217.9 kJ / mole
H r = 472.6 kJ / mole
Use the information abov
Chem. 3301 Homework Assignment #8
SOLUTIONS
1) Complete the following using SHP-UG-VAT.
a) ( V ) P = _.
T
b) dG = _. c) dU = _.
a) ( V ) P = ( S )T
b) =
dG VdP SdT
P
T
1
1
S
P
d) (=
)P
= = ( )S
V
T
V
T
( )P ( )S
S
P
2) Use the Maxwell relations to show th
Chem 3301 Homework Assignment #4: Solutions
1. Argon escapes from an enclosed tank at 100 bar pressure (and T=298 K) to the open
atmosphere, where the pressure is 1 bar. Given the Joule-Thomson coefficient for Argon is
3.66 K/Mpa what is the temperature o
Chem. 3301 Homework Assignment #4
1.
Argon escapes from an enclosed tank at 100 bar pressure (and T=298 K) to the
open atmosphere, where the pressure is 1 bar. Given the Joule-Thomson
coefficient for Argon is 3.66 K/Mpa what is the temperature of the libe
Chem 3301 Homework Assignment #3: Solutions
1. One mole of an ideal gas at 1.00 atm and 298 K with Cp,n = 3.5R is put through the
following cycle. a) constant volume heating to twice its initial temperature; b) reversible,
adiabatic expansion back to its
Chem. 231 Homework Assignment #4
1.
Argon escapes from an enclosed tank at 100 bar pressure (and T=298 K) to the
open atmosphere, where the pressure is 1 bar. Given the Joule-Thomson
coefficient for Argon is 3.66 K/Mpa what is the temperature of the liber
Chem. 231 Homework Assignment #4
1.
Argon escapes from an enclosed tank at 100 bar pressure (and T=298 K) to the
open atmosphere, where the pressure is 1 bar. Given the Joule-Thomson
coefficient for Argon is 3.66 K/Mpa what is the temperature of the liber
Tamanna Rahman (912905952)
Chem 3398 Spring 2014
Section 2
Rotational vibrational Spectrum of HCl and
DCl
Full Format #1
Group #3
Partner: Laura McReady
Date Started: 04/11/2014
Date Completed: 04/25/2014
Date Submitted: 05/05/2014
Abstract:
In this exper
Jennifer Clift (ID#911022411)
Section #1; Group #9; Format: Brief #3
Part II: Deprotonation and Protonation of Rate Constants (H#33)
Partner: Kim Kulick
Date Started: March 29, 2011
Date Completed: March 29, 2011
Date Submitted: April 11, 2011
Abstract
Ex
Tamanna Rahman (912905952 )
Chem 3397/3398, Spring 2014
Section 02
Absorption Spectra of Conjugated Dyes and
Nanoparticles
Brief Format # 1 (revision)
Group #03
Partners: Ashley Truxal
Date Started: February 14th 2014
Date Completed: March 21st 2014
Date
Tamanna Rahman (912905952)
Chem 3397/3398, Spring 2014
Section _02
2-Naphthol: Excited
State Acidity Constant
Full report #_1_
Group #_3_
Partner: _Laura_
Date Started: _
Date Completed: _04/04/2014_
Date Submitted: _04/04/2014_
Abstract:
The main focus and goal of this experiment was to study and analyze the absorption
spectra of nanoparticles and conjugated dyes and their transition from a ground state to an
excited state. An important n-type semiconductor Cadmium Selenide was
Homework Assignment # 3 (Due April 6, 2010)
Chapter 5
1) Consider the reversible Carnot cycle shown in Figure 5.2 with 1 mol of an ideal gas with CV =
3/2R as the working substance. The initial isothermal expansion occurs at the hot reservoir
temperature