Problem Set 3, 104A Fall 2013
Due Thursday 9/26/13
1. Use the VSEPR model to predict the structures of the following ions/molecules: BeF2,
OF2, PCl4+, SO2, ClF2+, BrF3, BrF5, SbF5, ICl4-.
2. Using VSEPR theory, predict the shapes of the following compound
Problem Set 7 for CHEM104A, Fall 2016
Due Thursday, November 17th before class.
Please show all relevant steps or mathematical operations
1) In this supposedly infinite two-dimensional array of atoms:
a) In black (or grey pencil), draw two distinct primit
Problem Set 7 for CHEM 104a , Fall 2015
Due Thursday November 19th. Turn in at 9:40 AM in front of class.
Please show all relevant steps or mathematical operations.
1. Draw the unit cell for each of the following Escher paintings.
(larger unit cells possi
Chemistry 104A
Instructor:
GSIs:
Inorganic Chemistry
Fall 2015
Don Tilley ([email protected]), 591 Tan Hall
Office Hours: Tues 5-6 pm
Andy Nguyen ([email protected]), Off hrs Thurs, 7-8 pm (60 Evans)
Ben Suslick ([email protected]), Off hrs Tue
Problem Set 8 for CHEM 104a , Fall 2015
Due Thursday December 3rd. Turn in at 9:40 AM in front of class.
Please show all relevant steps or mathematical operations.
1. Compare the electrical conductivities of semiconductors at room temperature and liquid
h
Problem Set 3 for Chem 104a, Fall 2015
Due Tuesday, Sept. 22nd 2015. Turn in at 9:40 AM to Front of Class
Please show all relevant steps or mathematical operations.
1. Provide an example molecule that contains the following symmetry element(s). Make
sure
Problem Set 7 for CHEM 104a , Fall 2015
Due Thursday November 19th. Turn in at 9:40 AM in front of class.
Please show all relevant steps or mathematical operations.
1. Draw the unit cell for each of the following Escher paintings.
2. The figure below depi
Problem Set 5 for Chem 104a, Fall 2015
Due Thursday Oct. 22nd. Turn in at 9:40 AM to Front of Class.
Please show all relevant steps or mathematical operations.
1) Properties of Molecules and Character Tables.
a. What must be true of a chiral molecule? In
Atomic Structure
Reading:
Miessler and Tarr, Chapters 1, 2
DeKock and Gray, Chapter 1
Alkali Metals
Alkaline Earth Metals
Coinage Metals
Halogens
Chalcogens
C N O
Noble gases
Alternative Periodic Table Designs
Stretched Periodic Table
s
p
d
f
If Life Was
Problem Set 8 Key for CHEM 104a, Fall 2015
Due Thursday December 3rd. Turn in at 9:40 AM in front of class.
Please show all relevant steps or mathematical operations.
1. Compare the electrical conductivities of semiconductors at room temperature and liqui
Considerations for the Final Exam, 104A, Fall 2016
The Final Exam on Tuesday, Dec 13, 3-6 pm in LeConte 1 will be comprehensive,
and will cover all the material from the lecture periods, reading assignments, and
homework assignments. In addition to the to
Problem Set 5 for Chem 104a, Fall 2016
Due Tuesday, October 25th 2016. Turn in at 9:40AM to front of class.
Please show all relevant steps and mathematical operations.
1) Consider the inorganic molecule Fe(CO)5 shown below:
a. What is the point group of t
Midterm Exam II
Professor: T. Don Tilley
Chemistry 104A
Inorganic Chemistry
Nov. 3, 2016
100 points
Name : _
Student ID No.: _
NOTE: THIS IS A CLOSED BOOK, CLOSED NOTE EXAM WITH NO CALCULATORS!
Looking at other materials or other students' work during the
Problem Set 3 for Chem 104a, Fall 2016
Due Thursday, October 13th 2016. Turn in at 9:40AM to front of class.
Please show all relevant steps and mathematical operations.
1. Reduce the following representations to their component irreducible representations
Problem Set 6 for Chem 104a, Fall 2016
Due Tuesday, November 1st 2016. Turn in at 9:40AM to front of class.
Please show all relevant steps and mathematical operations.
1) Select the best response within each horizontal group and explain your choice (< 20
Problem Set 8 for CHEM 104a, Fall 2016
Due Thursday December 1st. Turn in at 9:40 AM in front of class.
Please show all relevant steps or mathematical operations.
1. Compare the electrical conductivities of semiconductors at room temperature and liquid
he
Chem 104A, Fall 2016, Midterm 1 Key
1) Construct a microstate table for a p4 configuration. Please enumerate the ms and ml for
each electron in each microstate in the table. (Use the format mlms. That is a spin -
electron in an s orbital would be written
Problem Set 3 for Chem 104a, Fall 2016
Due Tuesday, September 27th 2016. Turn in at 9:40AM to front of class.
Please show all relevant steps and mathematical operations.
1. Provide an example molecule that contains the following symmetry element(s). Make
Quantum Numbers
n = principal quantum number, possible values are: any integer from 1 to infinity, this is
to symbolize energy levels
l = orbital angular momentum quantum number, possible values are: non-negative 0 to
infinity, this describes sublevels (s
Considerations for Exam 2, 104A, Fall 2016
Exam 2 on Thursday, Nov 6, will cover material discussed through the lecture
period of Thursday, Oct 29, and the corresponding reading material.
The exam will cover topics emphasized in class, particularly since
Considerations for Exam 1, Chem 104A Fall 2016
Exam 1 on Thursday, Sept 29, will cover material discussed in the lecture periods,
through character tables and Mulliken notation. Note that these last two topics will
be discussed in the lecture period on Tu
1) Construct a microstate table for a p3 configuration. Please enumerate the ms and ml for
each electron in each microstate in the table (Use the format mlms. That is, a spin -1/2
electron in an s orbital would be written as 0-). Provide the term symbols
Problem Set 2 for Chem 104a, Fall 2015
Due Tuesday, Sept. 15th 2015. Turn in at 9:40 AM to Front of Class
Please show all relevant steps or mathematical operations.
1) Microstates and Microstate Tables. Imagine a s1f1 system (that is, 1 s electron and 1 f
Problem Set 4 Chem 104A Fall 2013
Due Thursday, Oct. 10th
1. Provide point groups for the following molecules: PF6-, Methane, B(OH)3, 1,2-difluoro1,2-dibromoethane, a trigonal prism.
2. A.) Determine the point groups of thefollowing pairs: an octahedron a
Problem Set 4 Chem 104A Fall 2013
Due Thursday, Oct. 10th
1. Provide point groups for the following molecules: PF6-, Methane, B(OH)3, 1,2-difluoro1,2-dibromoethane, a trigonal prism.
2. A.) Determine the point groups of thefollowing pairs: an octahedron a
Problem Set 1 for Chem 104A, Fall 2013
Due Sept. 12th, Before Class
DG:
Chapter 1, probs 3, 4
1. Draw radial wave functions, probability functions, and contour maps in x-y plane
for the following orbitals: 4px, 4dxy, 5s, 5gx4+y4
2. Predict the energy of e
Problem Set 5 for Chem 104a, Fall 2015
Due Thursday Oct. 22nd. Turn in at 9:40 AM to Front of Class.
Please show all relevant steps or mathematical operations.
1) Properties of Molecules and Character Tables.
a. What must be true of a chiral molecule? In
Problem Set 4 for Chem 104a, Fall 2015
Due Tuesday, Sept. 13th 2015. Turn in at 9:40 AM to Front of Class
Please show all relevant steps or mathematical operations.
1) Point Groups. Assign the point groups to the following molecules or objects:
e.
a.
D3h
QUIZ #3 ChE 140 Fall 2012
SOLUTION SET
(last four digits of your SID #)
Shown below is the familiar isothermal contactor-separator arrangement for liquid-liquid
extraction. In the contactor, the following reactions occur within the aqueous phase:
(1)
(2)