Midterm I Preparation Guide
Chem 111, Fall 2010 Dr. Kalju Kahn, UCSB
The first midterm will test your knowledge and understanding of topics and techniques that we have covered so far. Some of the important topics that you should know are: 1) Introductory
Determination of the Reaction Order: Differential Method via Finite Differences
Dr. Kalju Kahn UC Santa Barbara, 2008-2010 When a concentration-time profile for a reaction with unknown order is available, one of the two approaches integral methor or diffe
Sample Questions from the 2004 Chem111 Midterm I 1) Explain the concept of reaction order. What can you say about the reaction order for iodination of acetone in acidic solutions? Justify your answer. The balanced chemical reaction is shown below:
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Chem 111 (Chemical Kinetics), Kahn 2010 Final Exam Your Name:
Q1 (30) Q2 (30) Q3 (24) Q4 (15) Q5 (35) Q6 (20) Q7 (20) TH (26)
Total (200)
1. a) You are given a familiar-looking printout of Mathematica file that illustrates analysis of multi-wavelength kin
Final Preparation Guide (Chem 111, Fall 2010) The final will test your knowledge and understanding of all the topics and techniques that we have covered in this class. Your three recommended study sources are the textbook(s), the posted tutorials, and the
Least-squares Fitting to Estimate Rate Constants: First-order Irreversible Reaction Dr. Kalju Kahn UC Santa Barbara, 2004-2010
This tutorial is for Mathematica 7.
One common task in kinetics is to estimate numeric values of rate constants based on express
Relaxation Kinetics : Reversible First Order Reaction
Dr. Kalju Kahn UC Santa Barbara, 2004-2010 We continue to investigate relationships between thermodynamics and kinetics in a reversible first order reaction. The rate equations for the first-order reve
Irreversible One-step First Order Reaction:
Generation and SVD Analysis of Noisy UV-Vis Absorbance Data
Dr. Kalju Kahn UC Santa Barbara, 2004-2010
This Notebook illustrates how to generate and then deconvolute multi-wavelength absorbance data containing r
Second Homework Question I: Thermal Decomposition of HI (7 points) Learning Objective: Different ways to look at the same data: There are several ways to establish the reaction order based on the kinetic data. For example, the reaction order could be calc
Midterm II Preparation Guide CHEM 111, Fall 2010 Dr. Kalju Kahn, UCSB
The second midterm will test your knowledge and understanding of topics and techniques that we have covered since the first midterm. Some of the important topics that you should know ar
Temperature Dependence of Equilibrium Constant
The Gibbs free energy of a system in the absence of external electric and magnetic fields is defined as G = U + PV - TS Total differentiation of this fundamental relationship yields dG = dU + PdV + VdP - TdS
Irreversible Two-step Consecutive Process:
Analysis of Noisy UV-Vis Absorbance Data
Dr. Kalju Kahn UC Santa Barbara, 2004-2010
This Notebook illustrates how to generate multiwavelength absorbance data containing random noise for the irreversible process
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Discussion questions Chem 111 (Oct 15, 2004) Analysis of paper by Egawa et al: "Kinetic and Spectroscopic Characterization of Hydroperoxy Compound in the Reaction of Native Myoglobin with Hydrogen Peroxide " 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) What is the ove
Midterm II Preparation Guide (Chem 111, Spring 2008) The second midterm will test your knowledge and understanding of topics and techniques that we have covered since the first midterm. Some of the important topics that you should know are: 1) Charac
Midterm I Preparation Guide (Chem 111, Spring 2008) The first midterm will test your knowledge and understanding of topics and techniques that we have covered so far. Some of the important topics that you should know are: 1) Introductory topics a. Th
Microsecond Folding of the Cold Shock Protein Measured by a Pressure-Jump Technique
Discussion questions: may be asked on the in-class portion of the exam 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Describe some of the goals of authors of the present paper What are cold shock
Final Preparation Guide (Chem 111, Spring 2008) The final will test your knowledge and understanding of all the topics and techniques that we have covered in this class. Your three recommended study sources are the textbook(s), the posted tutorials,
Irreversible Two-step Consecutive Process:
Generation and Visualization of Noisy UV-Vis Absorbance Data
Dr. Kalju Kahn UC Santa Barbara, 2004-2010
This Notebook illustrates how to generate multi-wavelength absorbance data containing random noise for the i
Irreversible Two-step Consecutive Process:
Full Spectral and Kinetic Resolution without Pure Spectra
Dr. Kalju Kahn UC Santa Barbara, 2010 This Notebook illustrates how to analyze multiwavelength absorbance data containing random noise. It illustrates sev
Syllabus for Chemistry 111
Chemical Kinetics
Class meets:
Tue, Thu
Instructor:
Lecture Textbooks:
Recommended:
Recommended:
12:30 1:45 PM
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Phone: (805) 893-6157
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