Chem 112A - F15
Homework #5 Solutions
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Problem 1 [15 points]
Show that the most useful work you can possibly extract from a chemical reaction occurring at
constant (T, V ) is Arxn . Why will you never get this much work from the reaction?
To prove that s
Chem 112A - F15
Homework #1 Solutions
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Note: Unless stated otherwise, all gases on this homework are assumed to behave ideally.
Problem 1 [25 points] Lets do some work.
Calculate the work (in Joules and with the correct sign) done on the system for each
Chem 112A - F15
Homework #3 Solutions
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Note: Unless stated otherwise, all gases on this homework are assumed to behave ideally.
Problem 1 [15 points] Paths on paths on paths.
Consider two moles of an ideal diatomic gas held at Ti = 500 K and Pi = 2 atm.
Chem 112A - F15
Homework #4 Solutions
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Note: Unless stated otherwise, all gases on this homework are assumed to behave ideally.
Problem 1 [10 points] Sally By the Seashore
The shells of marine organisms contain CaCO3 largely in the crystalline form known