CHAPTER 3
1.
a)
path 1 : (1 mole ideal gas, 3 bar, 450K) (1 mol, 3 bar, 250 K) (1 mol, 2 bar, 250 K)
path 2 : (1 mole ideal gas, 3 bar, 450K) (1 mol, 2 bar,450 K) (1 mol, 2 bar, 250 K)
path 1: the first step is isobaric, the second is isothermal; both rev
CHAPTER 9
1.
a)
Rate is unchanged when [I2] increases by a factor of 1.67; order with respect to [I2] is 0.
For the ketone
For H
b)
+
7 105
1.7 10
5.4 104
1.7 10
4
4
b
7 105
0.2
=
or
b
=
ln
4
0.5
1.7 10
b
5.4 104
0.032
=
or
b
=
ln
4
0.01
CHAPTER 10
1.
2.
A linear least-squares fit to a Lineweaver-Burk plot (left) gives vmax = 0.34 mol m1 and KM =
0.42 M. In contrast, a direct least-squares fit (plotted on the right) to the Michaelis-Menten
equation v = vmax[S]/(KM + [S]) (which is statist
CHAPTER 11
1.
a)
19
o (K) = / h = (2.2 eV)(1.6 1034 J / eV) = 5.311014 s1
6.626 10 J s
8 s1
o (K) = c / o = 2.9981014m1
= 5.64 107 m = 564 nm
5.3110 s
o (Ni) = (Ni) o (K) = 5.0 o (K) =12.11014 s1
2.2
(K)
o (Ni) = (K) o (K) = 248 nm
(Ni)
2.
b)
A wavele
CHAPTER 12
1.
a)
NO-
NO
(2px)
(2px)
*(2p)
(2p)
(2px)
(2s)
*(2p)
(2p)
(2px)
(2s)
*(2p)
(2p)
(2px)
(2s)
(2s)
(2s)
(2s)
(1s)
(1s)
(1s)
(1s)
bond order = 2.5
3.
+
(2px)
(1s)
2.
NO
bond order = 2
(1s)
bond order = 3
b)
Bond dissociation energies NO < NO < NO +
CHAPTER 14
1.
The gyromagnetic ratio has units of rad T-1 s-1, while B0 is Tesla. (Table 14.1) So:
B0 : rad T = rad (frequency in radians per second)
Ts
s
B0 / 2 : rad T 1 = 1 (frequency in Hz)
Ts rad s
2.
a)
Using data for 1H from Table 14.1:
( B0 ) /