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  • 8 Pages CHEM 120B - Fall 2006 - Geissler - Midterm 2 (solution)
    CHEM 120B - Fall 2006 - Geissler - Midterm 2 (solution)

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

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  • 10 Pages chem120B-sp08-mt2-Geissler-soln
    chem120B-sp08-mt2-Geissler-soln

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

  • 9 Pages CHEM 120B - Spring 2010 - Geissler - Midterm 1 (solution)
    CHEM 120B - Spring 2010 - Geissler - Midterm 1 (solution)

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    KEY YOUR N AME H ERE Fbbruary 2 4,2010 Chem 1 208 M idterm # 1 ana Usefut Formdas: L!:ftjons Inverset emPerature: 1 k" T ' k B: 1.38x t0-23 J /K Boltzmann d istribution: g-98" P( u) : Partition a -BE" Equilibrium averages: : (E) - ( ffi," , ( 58\:( W),u,'

  • 3 Pages ps9
    ps9

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    Chem120B Problem Set 9 Due: April 8, 2011 1. Problems 23-27, 23-28, and 23-36 in McQuarrie & Simons Physical Chemistry textbook. 2. At xed pressure p, a perfectly ideal solution of two miscible liquids is dened by the familiar dependence of chemical poten

  • 3 Pages PS6Solutions
    PS6Solutions

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    Chemistry 120B SP11 Problem Set 6 Solutions Total: 50 points 1. (10 points) See MQS Solutions Manual. 2. (i) (3 points) When the membrane is pushed through the solution, the number of microscopic states available to the ions decreases. This means the entr

  • 2 Pages ps6
    ps6

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    Chem120B Problem Set 6 Due: March 11, 2011 1. Problems 21-10, 21-11, and 21-12, 22-1, and 22-2 in Simon and McQuarries Physical Chemistry. 2. Salt water is plentiful on earth; natural supplies of fresh water, on the other hand, are dwindling while mankind

  • 3 Pages Fluctuations Notes
    Fluctuations Notes

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    From the discussion of fluctuations in the number of particles on the left side of the box, or coin flips, we found in lecture: ("N L ) 2 = 2 2 NL # NL N NL = $h i i=1 N ("N L ) 2 = N $ hi i=1 ! N j =1 N hi i=1 $h j j =1 At this point, we used the statist

  • 4 Pages PS9Solutions
    PS9Solutions

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    Chemistry 120B SP11 Problem Set 9 Solutions Total: 50 points 1. See MQS Solutions Manual. 2. (i) Use the ideal gas law to write the mole fraction in terms of partial pressures. pj = Nj kB T V p = p1 + p2 = N1 + N2 kB T V Nj pj = = xj p N1 + N2 (v) Equate

  • 2 Pages ps10
    ps10

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    Chem120B Problem Set 10 Due: April 22, 2011 1. (i) 0.1 moles of NaCl are dissolved in 1 L of water at room temperature. Compute the Debye screening length of the solution. Compare your result with the following lengths: (i) (ii) (iii) 1/3 w 1/3 I e2 /( 40

  • 6 Pages Chem107B_S15_Hayashi_Lecture_18
    Chem107B_S15_Hayashi_Lecture_18

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    Chem107B - S2015 - T. Hayashi, Ph.D. Electron Spin The Fourth Quantum Number AnelectronspinsliketheEarthspinsonitsaxis, Theelectronspincreatesamagneticfieldandmakestheelectrona smallmagnet. Dependingonthedirectionofthespin,anelectroncanhaveelectron spin

  • 2 Pages extra credit
    extra credit

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    Chem120B Extra Credit Assignment Due: May 6, 2011 For this assignment you will use computer simulations to study the properties of a model uid. The model represents molecules as hard disks in two dimensions. The particles are hard in the sense that they a

  • 13 Pages ElectrostaticsNotes
    ElectrostaticsNotes

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    Electrostatics and the thermodynamics of solutions Phillip Geissler March 19, 2010 We come together Cuz opposites attract. Paula Abdul Opposite charges attract one another; like charges repel. This simple and familiar fact plays a central role in determin

  • 4 Pages PS4Solutions
    PS4Solutions

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    Chemistry 120B SP11 Problem Set 4 Solutions Total: 50 points 1. (5 points) See MQS Solutions Manual. 2. (i) (4 points) The number of possible locations for a single particle is V /3 , where is the thermal deBroglie wavelength, = h/ 2mkB T . q= V 3 Because

  • 2 Pages ps5
    ps5

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    Chem120B Problem Set 5 Due: February 25, 2011 1. Problems 19-7, 19-13, 19-14, and 19-34 in Simon and McQuarries Physical Chemistry. 2. We have argued several times that, in a dilute system, the number of ways to arrange N identical molecules in a large vo

  • 2 Pages PS5Solutions
    PS5Solutions

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    Chemistry 120B SP11 Problem Set 5 Solutions Total: 50 points 1. (20 points) See MQS Solutions Manual. 2. (i) (5 points) W (V1 , V2 ) = V1 N1 V2 N2 (stu independent of V ) Neglecting volume-independent terms, S = kB ln W = kB ln V1 N1 V2 N2 = kB ln V1 N1 +

  • 3 Pages PS7Solutions
    PS7Solutions

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    Chemistry 120B SP11 Problem Set 7 Solutions Total: 50 points 1. (i) See handout on bspace. (ii) (0) is the change in free energy associated with moving one solute from octanol to water in the standard state. (iii) dG = SdT + V dp + i i dNi The Maxwell rel

  • 2 Pages ps8
    ps8

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    Chem120B Problem Set 8 Due: April 1, 2011 1. Problems 26-17 and 26-39 in McQuarrie & Simons Physical Chemistry textbook. 2. In class we have examined separately the implications of standard state chemical potentials for partitioning of a solute between di

  • 3 Pages PS8Solutions
    PS8Solutions

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    Chemistry 120B SP11 Problem Set 8 Solutions Total: 50 points 1. See MQS Solutions Manual. 2. (i) P (g) (0) (0) = Keq (g) = exp P (g) R (g) R (g) P ( ) (0) (0) = Keq ( ) = exp P ( ) R ( ) R ( ) (ii) R (g) (0) (0) = R = exp R (g) R ( ) R ( ) P (g) (0) (0) =

  • 10 Pages CHEM 120B - Spring 2010 - Geissler - Midterm 2 (solution)
    CHEM 120B - Spring 2010 - Geissler - Midterm 2 (solution)

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    KEY YOUR N AME H ERE April 7, 20L0 Chem 1 208 M idterm # 2 Definitions and Useful Fqrmulas: InversetemPerature: k e:1'38x ro-23JfK P:#' First l aw o f t hermodYnamics: + dE=Td,S-pd'V t F fiNr, Entropy a nd t he s econd l aw: : l .g: k enw, s : - keLrr4itn

  • 1 Page DensityandMoleFractionNotes
    DensityandMoleFractionNotes

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    Water Octanol Here we are looking at a single solute in a (very small) fixed volume, a, of octanol or water. Because the water is more dense by a fa

  • 3 Pages PS10Solutions
    PS10Solutions

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    Chemistry 120B SP11 Problem Set 10 Solutions Total: 50 points 1. (i) The Debye screening length is given by = 4 I 2 j Nj qj /V and q = z/ 4 0 . For 0.1 molar NaCl, where I is the ionic strength, I= I= e 4 2 0.1 NA + 0 = 0.2 NA e 4 2 0.1 NA 0 e2 4 0 = 2

  • 3 Pages ps11
    ps11

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    Chem120B Problem Set 11 Due: April 29, 2011 1. Expressed in terms of partition functions, the transition state theory estimate of a rst order rate constant reads kB T Q TST kAB = h QA This expression can be evaluated in detail if the potential energy U is

  • 3 Pages PS11Solutions
    PS11Solutions

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    Chemistry 120B SP11 Problem Set 11 Solutions 1. (i) The transition state theory rate constant is kB T Q E vib e h QA vib TST kAB = The total vibrational partition function is the product of the qvib s of all the modes. Ignoring quantum mechanical eects,

  • 3 Pages Chem107B_S15_Hayashi_Lecture_15
    Chem107B_S15_Hayashi_Lecture_15

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    Chem107B - S2015 - T. Hayashi, Ph.D. Electronic Spectra of Polyenes Polyenes areconjugated systemswithalternatingCCand C=Cbonds. e.g.Butadienehasfour electrons. Assumethat electronscanmovealongthemoleculeslike particlesinaonedimensionalbox(freeelectronmod

  • 1 Page glycolysis_pathway1
    glycolysis_pathway1

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

  • 35 Pages 2-Yeast+cells
    2-Yeast+cells

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    Lecture 2: ! Yeast cells! - a member of the kingdom of fungi! - often found with decaying plant and animal material! - obtain nutrients exclusively by absorption! - fungi that can grow unicellularly ! Figure 1-42a Molecular Biology of the Cell, Fifth Edit

  • 22 Pages 1-Introduction
    1-Introduction

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    Lab Math example! You are working in a molecular biology lab.! Your supervisor gave you a bottle of ammonium acetate, which has a label ! shown below, and asked you to prepare ! 100 ml of 3 M solution of ammonium acetate.! How many grams of amino acetate

  • 15 Pages Lecture+1%2C+BIS+103+student+version
    Lecture+1%2C+BIS+103+student+version

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    BIS 103 Dr. Ken Hilt Johnathan Ho Suangsuda Supasai Textbook Course Goals Course Themes Garrett & Grisham 5th ed. Garrett & Grisham 5th ed. Lehninger Lehninger Metabolism involves: Why study metabolism? Techniques for measuring overall cellular metabolism

  • 11 Pages Lecture+3%2C+BIS+103+_DNA+microarrays%2C+2D+IEF+SDS-PAGE_+student+version
    Lecture+3%2C+BIS+103+_DNA+microarrays%2C+2D+IEF+SDS-PAGE_+student+version

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    DNA Microarrays Overall cellular metabolism 0 1 Eppendorf tube T AAAAA Lehninger, 5th ed. 2D IEF/SDS-PAGE Gels _ + _ + 4 (+) Lehninger, 5th ed.

  • 14 Pages Chem107B_S15_Hayashi_Lecture_01-02
    Chem107B_S15_Hayashi_Lecture_01-02

    School: UC Davis

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    Chem107B - S2015 - T. Hayashi, Ph.D. Chemistry 107B Physicalchemistryintendedformajorsinthelifescience area.(Continuationof107A) ChemicalKinetics QuantumMechanics Spectroscopy T.Hayashi,UCDavis,2015 Instructor and TAs Instructor: TomoyukiHayashi,Ph.D.

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