Problem Set PS06
Issued: 10/31/13 Due: 11/7/13
Prof. Darin J. Ulness
Name
Instructions. Complete all questions before class on the due date. You are encouraged
to work together. Be sure to struggle with the problem before seeking help. Many of the
exercis
Problem Set PS01
Issued: 8/29/13 Due: 9/5/13
Prof. Darin J. Ulness
Name
Instructions. Complete all questions before class on the due date. You are encouraged
to work together. Be sure to struggle with the problem before seeking help. Many of the
exercises
Problem Set PS02
Issued: 9/5/13 Due: 9/12/13
Prof. Darin J. Ulness
Name
Instructions. Complete all questions before class on the due date. You are encouraged
to work together. Be sure to struggle with the problem before seeking help. Many of the
exercises
Problem Set PS03
Issued: 9/12/13 Due: 9/19/13
Prof. Darin J. Ulness
Name
Instructions. Complete all questions before class on the due date. You are encouraged
to work together. Be sure to struggle with the problem before seeking help. Many of the
exercise
Problem Set PS05
Issued: 10/08/13 Due: 10/17/13
Prof. Darin J. Ulness
Name
Instructions. Complete all questions before class on the due date. You are encouraged
to work together. Be sure to struggle with the problem before seeking help. Many of the
exerci
Problem Set PS04
Issued: 9/19/13 Due: 9/26/13
Prof. Darin J. Ulness
Name
Instructions. Complete all questions before class on the due date. You are encouraged
to work together. Be sure to struggle with the problem before seeking help. Many of the
exercise
Chemistry 351and 352 Physical Chemistry
COURSE SYLLABUS
INSTRUCTOR:
Dr. Darin J. Ulness
Jones 324
2993582
ulnessd@cord.edu
TIME:
Lectures: T H 10:3012:10 Ivers 380
Lab: T or W 1:205:20, Ivers 316
Recitation: W 8:0010:00p, Ivers 380
ACADEMIC INTEGRITY:
Aca
Chemistry 351 Laboratory Simulating spin 1/2 Stern-Gerlach Experiments using Mathematica
When a beam of electrons, propagating in the x direction, pass through an inhomogeneous magnetic .eld in the z direction, the beam separates into two new beams. One o
Practice Quiz
1. What are the properties of a valid wavefunction?
2. Normalize (x) = x; where all space is 0 x 1:
3. Calculate the average value of momentum for a system described by
the wavefunction in question 2. (Note your answer will be imaginary,
but
Chemistry 351: Laboratory Conjugated systems
In this lab we investigate the visible absorbance spectrum of six related conjugated systems. Family 1: 1,1'-diethyl-2,2'-cyanine iodide, 1,1'-diethyl2,2'-carbocyanine iodide, 1,1'-diethyl-2,2'-dicarbocyanine i