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CHEM 110 Homework #3: Due 9/8/2016
Quantization
1. Provide an example of an everyday item that is quantized (i.e., discrete; can only take on certain
values), and explain how it is quantized. For example, currency in the United Sta
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Readings: Knight Chap 1
Objectives: LOProc01-02, LoVec02, LoKin01
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CHEM 110 Homework #1: Due 8/25/2016
Algebra
1. Rearrange the equation to solve for the variables.
1
1 2
1 2
= R H [( ) ( ) ]
ni
nf
a. ni =
b. nf =
c. RH =
2. Combine the equations into a single expression for E in terms of h, c, RH,
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Algebra
1. Rearrange the equation to solve for the variables.
1
1 2
1 2
= R H [( ) ( ) ]
ni
nf
a. ni =
b. nf =
c. RH =
2. Combine the equations into a single expression for E in terms of h, c, RH,
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CHEM 110 Homework #4: Due 9/15/2016
Electron configurations of atoms and ions
1. For each atom/ion, provide the condensed ground state electron configurations, the box
diagram of the valence electrons, and the number of unpaired elec
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CHEM 110 Homework #2: Due 9/1/2016
Laws of thermodynamics
1. Use the first law of thermodynamics to explain why you must put gasoline into your car in order
to drive it somewhere.
2. Consider two systems (A and B) consisting of gas
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Formula Sheet MT1 Kinematics
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)! = !* !,
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23
24
=
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46 748
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46 748
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./01 =
(
.L , ML are s components of
velocity and acceleration vectors
where s is a generic position a