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Chem 2C Worksheet [Electrochemistry]
9. Ell-BET
Oxidation state is the charge that an atom would have in a compound assuming it was bound
through a purely ionic bond.
Determ
U = W + Q
P V = nRT
1
Eth = (total number of modes) kB T
2
Eth = CV T
Eb = |mH|
Eb = |nH|
1
CV = (number of modes per particle) N ( kB )
2
Eb = (total number of unique N N pairs) ()
Z
W = P dV
Z
Q = T
Phys 7A: A/B Sections Quiz 5 11/10/2016
Last 6 digits of ID #:
DL Section:
Name:
THIS QUESTION CONTINUES ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE PAGE!
1. (a) Heat is being exchanged between 5 moles of solid and the
A 1.0 kg large box slides down a ramp at a constant speed 2.0 m/s from a height yi to a
height yf on the ground. The box is initially 0.5m above the ground. Consider a closed
system that includes all
Quiz 1
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your last name:
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1. (20 points) Imagine that you place a piece of lead, whose initial temperature is 0
Physics 7A Final Exam
Fall 2014
Instructions:
Before you start, sign below, and put down your names, and the first three letters of your last
name at the top of each page, since pages will be separat
MAT17C - Winter 2017 (Lewis)
HOMEWORK #1 - FUNCTIONS OF MUTLIPLE VARIABLES
[The quiz on Thursday, January 19 will be based on these problems].
A. Section 10.1 - Functions of Two or More Variables
Read
Useful Equations, Formulas, and Constants
Separate this sheet from the text packet. Do not
turn in.
!
= +
= thermal + bond + atomic + nuclear
m #nearest neighbors 2
bond = mHvap
bond = mHmelt
Question 1A(4pts):
Q(4pts)-Correct Answer and explanation
W(3pts)- Minor misunderstanding of question
E(2pts)- General misunderstanding of work
R(1pt)- Little to no understanding of work
T(0pt)- No an
Question1(a):
100% Q: Perfect answer and sufficient work.
95% W: You get a correct answer, but make some little mistakes on plus/minus sign. Or everything is
correct, except for the math mistakes.
90%
Coin Flipping
4. Suppose you have 80 coins with Heads up and 20 coins with Tails
up sitting on the table in front of you. Think about picking one of
the 100 coins at random and flipping it so that it
Phys 7A: A/B Sections Quiz 3 10/20/2016
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Name:
THIS QUESTION CONTINUES ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE PAGE!
1. Your love of Potential Energy cannot be expressed in words. Y
the ice cube has melted(but did not change
temperature).
In other words:
No change in Temperature and Thermal
Energy. An Increase in Bond Energy.
Ice Cube
T
i
f
E Added
the coin has increased in te
Phys 7A: A/B Sections Quiz 2 10/13/2016
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Name:
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1. Springs, Hills and Valleys. And a Box. Spring A has spring co
Name:
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Quiz 2
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Physics 7A Summer Session II
Office Use
August 19, 2015
1. Below is a potential energy graph for some mysterious object. The ob
U = W + Q
P V = nRT
1
Eth = (total number of modes) kB T
2
Eth = CV T
Eb = |mH|
Eb = |nH|
1
CV = (number of modes per particle) N ( kB )
2
Eb = (total number of unique N N pairs) ()
Z
W = P dV
Z
Q = T
Physics 7A
DL 7 Overview
DL 7
Brief Overview
The first Activity reviewing the FNTs from the previous DL provides you a chance to make sure you
comfortable working with both forms of the energy conserv
DL 10 Overview
Physics 7A
DL 10
Brief Overview
Activities 3.5 and 3.6 develop the connection of the pair-wise potential energy between two particles to
bond energy and the relationship of bond energy
Physics 7A
DL 5 Overview
DL 5
Act 2.3
Creating Particular Models with Mechanical Energies
(~45 min)
Purpose:
Provide practice in relying on the logic of the modelin this case, the Energy-Interaction
Physics 7A
DL 1 Overview
DL 1
Brief Overview
The three Activities in this DL are designed to allow you to become familiar with the two models used in Unit 1: The
Three-Phase Model of Matter and the En
DL 4 Overview
Physics 7A
DL 4
Brief Overview
These activities provide more practice applying the Energy-Interaction Model to both weird physical
phenomena as well as to mechanica
Physics 7A
Act-2.6
DL 6 Overview
Follow-up of FNTs
DL 6
(~ 60 min)
Purpose:
Practice relying on the logic of the model to think your way through to understanding and making
sense of very difficult/tri
Physics 7A
DL 2 Overview
DL 2
Brief Overview
The first two Activities in this D continue with the qualitative study of both the Three-Phase Model of Matter
and the Energy-Interaction Model. They exten
Physics 7A
DL 8 Overview
DL 8
Act-2.12
Follow-up of DL 7 FNTs
(<30 min)
Purpose
Provide practice working with the relationship between force and PE and the graphical
representations of this relationsh