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MSE160 Quiz 3 (Version A)
1. [3 marks each] Draw Lewis structures using wedge-and-dash notation for the
following. Indicate the hybridization of the central atom and the overall shape of
the molecule or ion.
(a) SF3+
(b) BrF3
sp3
Problem Set 6 Solutions
1.
Since
then if
where dF/dx is a measure of the
material stiffness (deformation in response to an applied stress (force), then the curvature of the potential energy curve
U(x) is a measure of the stiffness. Therefore, a narrow, de
MSE 160 Material Science and Engineering
Problem set #7
1. Show that the atomic packing factor for HCP is 0.74, and that the ideal c/a ratio
corresponds to 1.633.
2. Copper has an atomic radius of 0.128 nm, an FCC crystal structure, and an atomic
weight o
MSE160 Problem set #6
1. How is the stiffness of a material related to the shape of the potential energy vs
interatomic separation (r) curve?
2. What is lattice? What is a unit cell?
3. Calculate the radius of an Al atom, given that Al has an FCC crystal
[MSE160 2014]
Tutorial #2: Problem Set
1. Sketch the expected radial distribution of a 3dxy orbital. Axes should be labeled
but not scaled. How many radial nodes does this orbital have? How many
angular
[MSE160 2014]
Tutorial #1: Problem Set
Question 1
A neon sign is a gas discharge tube in which electrons traveling from the cathode to
the anode collide with the neon atoms in the tube and knock electrons
MSE160 - 2015
Problem Set #1
1. Suppose light with a frequency of 2.4 x 1015 Hz is shining on magnesium, which has a work
function of 3.66 eV. (1 eV = 1.602 x 10-19 J)
(a) What is the energy transferred by each photon?
(b) Calculate the maximum kinetic en
Chapter 7
Random Variables and
Discrete probability
Distributions
7.2 Random Variables and Probability Distributions
A random variable is a function or rule that
assigns a numerical value to each simple event
in a sample space.
A random variable reflects
Introduction to vibrational
spectroscopy
MSE 160
Lecture #8
Molecules in motion
Transla(onal
molecule changes its loca(on in three
dimensional space
Rota(onal
Mo(on of
whole
molecule
whole molecule spins around an axis in t
INTRODUCTION TO MACHINING
3.
INTERPRETATION OF DRAWINGS:
Fabrication drawings (also called detail or part drawings) are used to communicate the
design intent to the fabricator. To avoid ambiguities in interpretation, these drawings
are prepared according
Problem set 7 solutions
1. To show that the ideal c/a ratio for HCP is 1.633, sketch of one third of an HCP unit cell, as
shown:
And consider the tetrahedron labeled as JKLM, as shown.
The atom at point M is midway between the top and bottom faces of the
MSE160 Problem Set #8
1. Nitrogen from a gaseous phase is to be diffused into pure iron at 700. If the surface
concentration is maintained at 0.10 wt% N, what will be the concentration 1 mm from the
surface after 10 h? the diffusion coefficient for nitrog
1. Nitrogen from a gaseous phase is to be diffused into pure iron at 700C. If the surface concentration is
maintained at 0.2 wt% N, what will be the concentration 1 mm from the surface after 10 h? The diffusion
coefficient for nitrogen in iron at 700C is
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MSE160 Quiz 3 (Version B)
1. [5 marks] Diatomic carbon (or dicarbon) is a gas that exists only at temperatures
exceeding 3,600 C with molecular formula C 2. Draw the molecular orbital
diagram for this molecule and predict the bon
CALCULUS II
Sequences and Series
Paul Dawkins
Calculus II
Table of Contents
Preface . ii
Sequences and Series . 3
Introduction . 3
Sequences . 5
More on Sequences .15
Series The Basics .21
CIV102 Structures and Materials 201501
Truss Bridge Design, Request for Proposals (RFPs)
As discussed in CIV102, the Truss Bridge Design assignment has multiple deliverables that span the
learning objectives of both CIV102 and ESC101. This document descri
The fracture of a Al bicycle crank arm.
Failure
In chapters 6 and 7 we examined the elastic
and plastic behaviour of materials.
We learned how the motion of dislocations
makes it possible for the material to deform.
We know from our daily experiences t
Midterm Test
Fall 2010
CSC 180 H1
Duration: 110 minutes
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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering
Term Test I
First Year
MAT185H1 S
Program 5
Linear Algebra
Examiners: G S Scott & G M T D'Eleuterio
27 January 2015
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Tutorial Sec
MSE160 2014
Quiz 1 (version 2)
1. Write the ground state electron configuration for each of the following atoms or
ions. Use the abbreviated noble gas core configuration [1mark each]. For (D),
indicate wh
MSE160 Problem Set 10
1.
(a) For a ceramic compound, what are the two characteristics of the component ions
that determine the crystal structure?
(b) what assumption is made about the bonding for the coordination
MSE160 Problem Set 9
1.
(a) Define a slip system
(b) Do all metals have the same slip system? Why or why not?
2.
Consider a metal single crystal oriented such that the normal to the slip plane and
the
Chapter 8
Continuous Probability
Distributions
8.1 Continuous Probability Distributions
A continuous random variable has an
uncountably infinite number of values in the
interval (a,b).
The probability that a continuous variable X
will assume any particu
Chapter 4
Numerical
Descriptive
Techniques
Measures we will look at
Usually, we focus our attention on three
types of measures when describing
population characteristics:
Central location (e.g. average)
Variability or spread (e.g. standard deviation)
Asso
Announcements
No lecture Friday Jan. 17 -
Engineering Science Educa;on
Conference
Quizzes next week (week of Jan. 20th) in tutorial
cover all material up to and including lecture 5 (Jespersen
Ch. 7, 8.1-
8.5)
peri
Introduc)on to atomic
proper)es
MSE 160
Wave behaviour of light
Paradoxes in classical physics: photoelectric eect
Shining light on a clean
metal surface may eject
electrons
There is a threshold level
needed t