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CEM 484  Michigan State University Study Resources

ProblemSet3
School: Michigan State University
Course: Thermodynamics
! ! ! CEM 484! ! ! ! ! ! Problem Set 3 (due Friday, Feb 3, 2012) Spring 2012 1. Calculate the ratio of the transition dipole moments for the 0 1 and 1 2 vibrational transitions in the harmonic oscillator approximation. The wavefunctions for these levels o

Koofer(3)
School: Michigan State University
Course: Thermodynamics
Spring 2010 Michigan State University CEM 484 F irst H our Exam 8 February This exam consists o f four problems on the next six pages. Please examine the booklet to make sure you have a complete examination. Equations are provided on the last two pages. C

Koofer(3)
School: Michigan State University
Course: Thermodynamics
Spring 2010 Michigan State University CEM 484 F irst H our Exam 8 February This exam consists o f four problems on the next six pages. Please examine the booklet to make sure you have a complete examination. Equations are provided on the last two pages. C

Koofer(3)
School: Michigan State University
Course: Thermodynamics
Spring 2010 Michigan State University CEM 484 F irst H our Exam 8 February This exam consists o f four problems on the next six pages. Please examine the booklet to make sure you have a complete examination. Equations are provided on the last two pages. C

Koofer(2)
School: Michigan State University
Course: Thermodynamics
Spring 2010 Michigan State University CEM 484 T hird H our Exam 14 April This exam consists o f f our problems on the next five pages. Please examine the booklet to make sure you have a complete examination. Equations are provided on the last t wo pages.

Koofer(2)
School: Michigan State University
Course: Thermodynamics
Spring 2010 Michigan State University CEM 484 T hird H our Exam 14 April This exam consists o f f our problems on the next five pages. Please examine the booklet to make sure you have a complete examination. Equations are provided on the last t wo pages.

Koofer(2)
School: Michigan State University
Course: Thermodynamics
Spring 2010 Michigan State University CEM 484 T hird H our Exam 14 April This exam consists o f f our problems on the next five pages. Please examine the booklet to make sure you have a complete examination. Equations are provided on the last t wo pages.

Koofer
School: Michigan State University
Course: Thermodynamics
Michigan State University Spring 2010 CEM 484 Second Hour Exam 5Marc~ Jw This exam consists o f four problems on the next ~ pages. Please examine the booklet to make sure you have a complete examination. Equations are provided on the last two pages. Chemi

Koofer
School: Michigan State University
Course: Thermodynamics
Michigan State University Spring 2010 CEM 484 Second Hour Exam 5Marc~ Jw This exam consists o f four problems on the next ~ pages. Please examine the booklet to make sure you have a complete examination. Equations are provided on the last two pages. Chemi

Koofer
School: Michigan State University
Course: Thermodynamics
Michigan State University Spring 2010 CEM 484 Second Hour Exam 5Marc~ Jw This exam consists o f four problems on the next ~ pages. Please examine the booklet to make sure you have a complete examination. Equations are provided on the last two pages. Chemi

ProblemSet5
School: Michigan State University
Course: Thermodynamics
! CEM 484! ! ! ! ! ! Problem Set 5 (due Wednesday, Feb. 22) Spring 2012 1. Compare the pressures given by (a) the ideal gas equation, (b) the Van der Waals equation, (c) the RedlichKwong equation, and (d) the PengRobinson equation for propane, C3H8, at

ProblemSet6
School: Michigan State University
Course: Thermodynamics
! ! ! CEM 484! ! ! ! Problem Set 6 (due Wednesday, Feb. 29, 2012) Spring 2012 1. The partition function for a monatomic Van der Waals gas is 1 2 mkBT Q( N , V .T ) = N ! h2 3N / 2 (V Nb )N eaN 2 / VkB T where a and b are the Van der Waals constants. Der

PS4solns
School: Michigan State University
Course: Thermodynamics
CEM 484 Spring 2012 Problem Set 4 (due Wednesday, Feb 15) . An ideal gas undergoes isothermal compression, which reduces its volume by 2.20 L. The nal pressure and volume of the gas are 3.78 x 103 torr and 4.65 L, respectively. Calculate the original pre

PS4solns
School: Michigan State University
Course: Thermodynamics
CEM 484 Spring 2012 Problem Set 4 (due Wednesday, Feb 15) . An ideal gas undergoes isothermal compression, which reduces its volume by 2.20 L. The nal pressure and volume of the gas are 3.78 x 103 torr and 4.65 L, respectively. Calculate the original pre

ProbSet2
School: Michigan State University
Course: Thermodynamics
CEM 484! ! ! ! ! ! Problem Set 2 (due Friday January 27, 2012) Spring 2012 1. The infrared spectrum of 127I35Cl yields the data given below for the fundamental vibrational frequency and its overtones. ! transition frequency (cm1) v=01 381.20 v=02 759.60

ProbSet1
School: Michigan State University
Course: Thermodynamics
CEM 484! ! ! ! Problem Set 1 (due Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012) Spring 2012 1. The pure rotational spectrum of 12C16O has transitions at 3.863 and 7.725 cm1. Calculate the internuclear distance in 12C16O. Predict the positions of the next two peaks in the sp

ProblemSet10
School: Michigan State University
Course: Thermodynamics
! CEM 484! ! ! ! Problem Set 10 (due Monday, April 9) Spring 2012 1. Calculate the enthalpy of hydration of Na2SO4(s) from the integral heats of solution of Na2SO4(s) and Na2SO410H2O(s) in innite amounts of water, which are 2.34 and 78.87 kJ/mol, respect

ProblemSet9
School: Michigan State University
Course: Thermodynamics
! CEM 484! ! ! ! Problem Set 9 (due Monday, April 2) Spring 2012 1. Methane undergoes an isenthalpic expansion from an initial temperature of 275 K and a pressure 400.0 bar to a nal pressure of 0.5 bar. (a) What is the nal temperature of the gas? Assume t

ProblemSet8
School: Michigan State University
Course: Thermodynamics
! ! ! CEM 484! ! ! ! Problem Set 8 (due Monday, March 26) Spring 2012 1. Two moles of an ideal monatomic gas in an insulated container are expanded adiabatically from 20.0L to 30.0L against a constant external pressure. The total work for the process is f

ProblemSet7
School: Michigan State University
Course: Thermodynamics
! ! ! CEM 484! ! ! ! Problem Set 7 (due Monday, March 19) Spring 2012 1. You want to heat 1 kg of water 10 C, and you have the following four methods under consideration. The heat capacity of water is 75.31 J/(Kmol). (a) You can heat it with a mechanical