GENERAL CHEMISTRY
Ebbing, Gammon
9th Edition
Chapter 8
Electron Configurations, Atomic
Properties, and the Periodic Table
Yehya Elsayed
Chapter 8
1
Many-Electron Atoms
Electron Spin and the Pauli Exclusion
Principle
It was found that
electrons have
intrin
GENERAL CHEMISTRY
Ebbing, Gammon
9th Edition
Chapter 7
Quantum Theory of the Atom
Yehya Elsayed
Chapter 7
1
Light and the Quantum Theory
In order to describe the electronic structure, we need to analyze
the light emitted by energetic atoms.
Visible ligh
GENERAL CHEMISTRY
9th Edition
Chapter 9
Ionic and Covalent Bonding
Yehya Elsayed
Chapter 9
Chemical Bonds
When atoms or ions are strongly attracted to one another,
we say that there is a chemical bond between them.
Ionic bond results from the transfer o
Boiling and Condensation
Chapter 9
Boiling heat transfer, Pool boiling correlations,
Simplified relations, Condensation heat transfer
phenomena, The condensation number, film
condensation inside Horizontal tubes
Introduction
Often convective processes ar
Chapter 9
Free Convection
Free Convection Heat Transfer on a Vertical Plate, Empirical
Relations for Free Convection for Vertical Plates and
Cylinders, Free Convection from Horizontal Cylinders,
Horizontal Plates, Inclined Surfaces
Objectives
Understand
Chapter 5
Transient Conduction
Introduction, Lumped-Heat-Capacity System, Transient Heat
Flow in a Semi-infinite Solid, Convective Boundary Conditions,
Biot and Fourier Numbers
Introduction
If a solid immersed in an environment, time elapsed to attain eq
Internal Forced Convection
Chapter 8
Introduction, Average velocity and temperature, The entrance
region, General thermal analysis, Laminar flow in tubes,
Turbulent flow in tubes
Objectives
Obtain average velocity from a knowledge of velocity profile, an
External Forced Convection
Chapter 6
Drag and Heat Transfer in External flow, Parallel
Flow Over Flat Plates, Flow across cylinder and
spheres, Flow Across Tube Bank, Pressure drop
Objectives
Distinguish between internal and external flow,
Develop an unde
Chapter 6
Introduction to Convection
Introduction, Physical Mechanism of Forced Convection,
Velocity Boundary Layer, Laminar Boundary Layer on Flat
Plate, Thermal Boundary Layer, Relationship between fluid
friction and heat transfer, Heat Transfer in Turb
Chapter 3
Two Dimensional Steady-State
Conduction
Introduction, Mathematical Analysis, Conduction Shape Factor
Introduction
Heat equation of steady-state two dimensional flow with no heat generation
with constant k is:
2T
x
2
2T
y
2
0
Solution: analyt
Chapter 3
One-Dimensional Steady - State
Conduction
The plane wall, Thermal resistance concept, The
composite walls, Contact resistance, An alternative
conduction analysis, Radial systems, Conduction with
thermal energy generation, Heat transfer from exte
Chapter 2
Introduction to Conduction
The conduction rate equation, Thermal conductivity,
The heat diffusion equation, Boundary and Initial
conditions
Objectives
Understand multidimensionality and time dependence of heat
transfer, and the conditions under
Chapter 1
Introduction
Heat transfer, Physical origins and rate equations,
thermodynamics, Conduction heat transfer, Convective
heat transfer, Radiative heat transfer.
Objectives
Understand how thermodynamics and heat transfer are related to each other,
D
CHE 205 4th recitation
# Remember that:
Absolute pressure - The actual pressure at a given position is called the absolute
pressure, and it is measured relative to absolute vacuum (i.e., absolute zero pressure).
Gage pressure - Gage pressure is the pressu
Eco 202 Principles of Macroeconomics
Assignment-2
Due: Sunday, July 17, 2011
Instructor: Ilker Kaya
Total Points: 100
Multiple Choice: 65 Points (43x1.5)
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
_
_
1. B
Eco202 Principles of Macroeconomics
Assignment-1
Due: Thursday, June 30, 2011
Instructor: Ilker Kaya
Total Points: 100
Multiple Choice: 65 Points (43x1.5)
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
_
1. Ef
Principles of Macroeconomics
Fall 2011
Midterm Exam 2
Instructions: This exam consists of 35 multiple choice questions and 2
problems. Each multiple choice question is worth two points and each
problem is worth 15 points. Fill in the answers to the multip
Eco202 Principle of Macroeconomics
Assignment-1
Name: _
Multiple chose answers: 65 Points (43x1.5)
*PLEASE USE THE SCAN-TRON (will be given in class by the instructor) SHEET
FOR THIS PART
Short Answer: 35 Points (11+12+12)
Please write your answer for que
CHE 205 3rd recitation
(a) Given stream density = 0.850 g/mL :
= 700 lbm
h
mL
0.850 g
ft3
1L
1000 mL
28.317 L
453.59 g
= 13.19 ft3/h
1 lbm
Given benzene specific gravity = 0.879:
= ft3
0.879 x 62.43 lbm = 54.88 lbm/h
ft3
h
Given n-hexane specific gravit
Multiple Choice
1. (B) When the interest rate is very high (above equilibrium), lots of people want to save but
not very many firms are willing to invest. Technically, quantity of funds supplied exceeds
quantity of funds demanded.
2. (A) Productivity is o
Eco 202 Midterm 1 Solutions (version A)
Fall 2011
1. (B) Tax changes have a lower impact than changes in government spending since consumers
save a piece of their tax cuts and the whole amount is not returned to the economy.
2. (A) A 1% change in employme
Unit 9.1 Problems
Problem 1
Consider the following data for a closed economy (net exports are 0):
Y = $12 trillion
C = $8 trillion
I = $4 trillion
Transfers = $2 trillion
Taxes = $3 trillion
a. Calculate the level of private saving. Show your work.
b. Cal
Unit 4.1 Problems
Problem 1
Suppose that the economy faces a sustained decline in consumer spending.
a. Illustrate the effect on the AD/AS diagram below.
i.
ii.
iii.
iv.
What happens to GDP?
What happens to the price level?
Does the change in (ii) help bo
1.
Changes in household taxes shift the aggregate demand
curve
a.
b.
c.
d.
2.
If the unemployment rate fell by 1%, which of the
following explanations is consistent with Okuns Law?
a.
b.
c.
d.
3.
By the same amount as equivalent changes in
government spen
Unit 8 Problems
Problem 1
a. Sketch the aggregate supply curve when nominal wages are rigid downward.
b. Suppose instead that nominal wages are rigid upward (i.e. nominal wages can fall, but
they cannot rise). Sketch the aggregate supply curve for this ca