MSE 102, Fall 2013
Prof. D. C. Chrzan
Problem Set #4
(1) (1/2 point each) The following stereograms have indicate directions that are
equivalent by a single cyclic symmetry element. Indicate the symmetry operation
on the stereographic projection that make

Chemistry 120A Problem Set 4
(due October 6, 2014)
1. Consider the particle constrained to move on a circle for which you have found the
stationary states in the last problem set. In this problem, suppose this particle is
prepared in a non-stationary stat

Chemistry 120A Problem Set 3
(due September 26, 2014)
1. Figure 1 shows a sketch of a 1D potential, which could describe the complete internuclear potential of a diatomic molecule, where the x-axis represents the distance
between the molecules. Motion in

From Nye's book.Physical Properties of
Crystals
x3
C
31
22
12
A
x1
32
11
21
O
13
23
33
B
x2
A notebook to demonstrate that the stress is, in fact, a second rank tensor.
D. C. Chrzan, October 2009
This derivation requires a bit of algebra, so I will do it

MSE 102, Fall 2009
Final Exam
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Instructions:
Answer all questions to the best of your abilities. Be sure to write legibly and
state your answers clearly.
The point values for each question are indicated.
You are not allowed to use n

MSE 102, Fall 2012
Final Exam
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Instructions:
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state your answers clearly.
The point values for each question are indicated.
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MSE 102, Fall 2007
Final Exam
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Instructions:
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state your answers clearly.
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MSE 102, Fall 2011
Final Exam
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Instructions:
Answer all questions to the best of your abilities. Be sure to write legibly and
state your answers clearly.
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MSE 102, Fall 2006
Final Exam
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Instructions:
Answer all questions to the best of your abilities. Be sure to write legibly and
state your answers clearly.
The point values for each question are indicated.
You are not allowed to use n

Chemistry 120A Problem Set 1
(due September 8th, 2014)
1. Problems 2-7, and 2-10 in McQuarrie and Simon (M&S).
2. In class we showed that for one dimension, dE/dt = 0 implies
p = dV /dx
i.e., f = ma. Now consider many dimensions. Let xi denote the Cartesi