ACS-Style Final Reports
(Revised Spring 2007)
As with any other field, the practice of chemistry involves the daily use of oral and written
communication skills. Like it or not, your professional success will depend very heavily on your
ability to write a
HW 6: Math 436
Due Friday 22 February 2013
1. #9 on page 94 of the text.
2. #10 on page 94 of the text.
3. #11 on page 95 of the text.
4. #12 on page 95 of the text.
5. #13 on page 95 of the text.
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HW 3: Math 436
25 January - 1 February 13
(Due Friday.)
1. Let S and T L(R2 , R2 )be given by
S (e1 ) = e1 e2 ,
S (e2 ) = e1 + e2 ,
T (e1 ) = e2 ,
T (e2 ) = e1 ,
where cfw_e1 , e2 is the standard basis for R2 .
(a) Find the matrices, M (S ) and M (T ), o
HW 4: Math 436
1 February - 8 February 13
(Due Friday.)
1. Show the following are true for the complex numbers, z = a + bi and w = c + di.
(a) zw = z w.
(b) w + z = w + z .
(c) z z = |z |2 .
2. Let T : V W with V = Pm (F) and W = Pm+2 (F) such that T p(z
Chapter 31 Suggested Problem Solutions
29. L = 6.0 mH = 0.0060 H. C = 10 F = 1.0 10-5 F.
(a) X L = X C
L = 1 / (C)
2 = 1 / (LC)
1
1
= 4.1 103 rad/s
=
=
5
LC
(0.006 H)(1.00 10 F)
f = / (2) = (4.1 103 rad/s) / (2) = 6.5 102 Hz.
(b) X L = L = (4.1 103 rad/s)
Chapter 32 Suggested Problem Solutions
2. r top = 2.0 cm = 0.020 m. B top = 0.30 T. bottom = +0.70 mWb = 7.0 10-4 Wb.
A top = r2 = 1.26 10-3 m2.
top = B top A top = (0.30 T)(1.26 10-3 m2) = 3.77 10-4 Wb. (Since the magnetic field is normal to surface)
(a
FINAL EXAM A Solutions
1. Two tiny, spherical water drops, with identical charges of -3.20
center separation of 1.90 cm.
10-17 C, have a center-to-
(a) What is the magnitude of the electrostatic force acting between them?
(b) How many excess electrons are
Exam 2A Solutions
1. Three point electrical charges are situated on the three
corners of an equilateral triangle of side L = 2.50 m as
shown. The first has charge q 1 = +5.50 10-7 C, the
second has charge q 2 = 5.80 10-7 C, and the third
has charge q 3 =
Exam 3A Solutions
1. Two light bulbs, each rated at 5.0 W when attached to a 12.0 V supply, are connected in
parallel.
(a) What is the resistance of each bulb?
(b) What is the equivalent resistance of the two bulbs in parallel?
They are then attached to a
Name: _
Lecture Problem Set #4 (Harmonic Oscillator and Vibrations)
Due Monday, February 13, 2012
(10 points)
1. The following questions regard the quantum mechanical harmonic oscillator.
a) Write the wavefunctions and sketch the n = 1, n = 2, and n = 3 s
1
Series and Sequences: Summary
One of the major applications of series is to the solution of mathematical problems using power series. In order to study how to represent a function as a
power series we rst study series of constant terms, and to do this w
CHEMISTRY 423W: Chemical Spectroscopy
SPRING 2012
Lecture:
Lab:
Instructors:
TA:
Text:
Lab Materials:
MWF 10:10-11:00 AM in 107 Wartik
T (sec. 1), W (sec.2), R (sec.3) at 1:25-5:30 PM in 330 Whitmore
Dan Sykes, dgs12@psu.edu
Sarah Boehm, sjb340@psu.edu, R
Fall 2011 Syllabus
CHEM 457 - Experimental Physical Chemistry
Instructor:
Dr. Bratoljub H. Milosavljevic
331C Whitmore
Phone: 865-7481, email: bhm11@psu.edu
Office hours: by appointment (Note: Your TA is your first contact. If you need
additional help con
Chemistry 312
Please turn in on your own paper and individually. Problem Set 2 (Due Friday, July 8, 2011)
1. Answer the following questions about the Pourbaix diagram shown below a. Is MnO4 a stronger oxidant at pH 8 or pH 2? Explain your choice. At pH 2,
Chem 227
Fall 2011
Final Exam - KEY
1. What is the minimum partition coefficient that permits removal of 99% of a solute
from 50.0 mL of water with
a. two 25.0-mL extractions with toluene (18.0)
b. five 10.0-mL extractions with toluene (7.56)
(10 points)
Recommended Academic Plan - Physical Concentration
(CHEM at University Park; effective FA11)
Semester 1
Credits
Semester 2
Credits
PSU 16 Freshman Seminar in Chemistry
1
CHEM 112(H) Chemical Principles II (GN)
3
CHEM 110(H) Chemical Principles I (GN)
3
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An Introduction to Standards and
Quality Control for the Laboratory
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Chem 452 Exam 3
Wednesday, November, 14 2012
Time Limit: 1 hour and 30 mins
* Closed book.
One sheet of notes may be used.
Calculators may not be shared.
* Write your name on each page and on this page
Answer each question on the separate page pro