C
H
O
N
m= 6*12+11+16+14=113 g
# of atoms
6
11
1
1
Atomic Mass
12
1
16
14
MW= DP*m= 10,000*113=1.3*106 g
C
H
O
m= 10*12+8+4*16= 192 g
#atom
10
8
4
Atomic Mass
12
1
16
# of atoms
2
2
2
Atomic Mass
12
1
35.45
MW= 10,000*192=1.92 106 g
C
H
Cl
m= 2*12+2+2*35.
Hirata 1
Arturo Hirata Miyasaki
Professor Michalik
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MSE 250 Study Guide
Overview
Major classes of materials: definition & general properties
Atomic Bonding: 4 types; determining bond type
Atomic and Ionic Radii: trends in periodic table
Crystal Structures:
metals: FCC, BCC, HCP
calculate atomic density
pol
PHY 122:
Name: Arturo Hirata
Group Number: 7
Class number: 15717
Time: Th 2:25-4:15
TA's name: Kevin Hatch
Objective: Validate Newtons Second Law of Motion by applying it to an almost frictionless
motion. Check the relationship between force and accelerat
PHY 122: Circular Motion
Name: Arturo Hirata Miyasaki
Group Number: 7
Class number: 15717
Time: Th 2:25-4:15
TA's name: Kevin Hatch
Objective: The objective of the lab was to use graphical method to determine an experimental
value for the mass of the obje
1. At 728
a. +
b. : .02%
: .74%
c. = .61
=.39
2. At 726
a. +3
b. : .02%
3 :6.67%
c. = .96
3 =.04
3. At 728
a. +3
b. : .78%
3 : 6.67%
c. = .93
3 =.07
4. At 726
a. +3
b. : .02%
3 :6.67%
c. = .82
3 =.18
1. There are two phases in the microstructure: proeu
Name: _Arturo Hirata Miyasaki_ Section: _15717_ Date: Th 2:25_
PreLab: Constant Acceleration/ Newtons Second Law
1. Newtons Second Law indicated that when a net force acts on an object, it must
accelerate. Does this mean that when two or more forces are a
Prelab PHY122
Friction
Name: _Arturo Hirata Miyasaki_
Section #: _15717_
1. What do the values of s and k depend upon? (2 points)
The coefficient of friction depends on the nature of the materials in contact, and varies
from material to material.
_
2. A 0
Name: _Arturo Hirata_ Date: March 16, 2017_ Section _15717
PHY 122 PreLab: Conservation of Energy
1. An object with a mass of 2 kg is moving along a horizontal surface with velocity components
vx=4 m/s and vy= -3.5 m/s. What is the objects speed? What is
1. 550C
a. 10 wt% Cu
i. Phases present: L+
ii. Chemical composition = 5% of Cu and 95% Al; L: 32% of Cu 68%
Al
iii. Phase Fraction = .81; L=.19
b. 20 wt% Cu
i. Phases present: L+
ii. Chemical composition : 5% of Cu and 95% of Al; L: 32% of Cu and
68% Al
Homework #1
What are the advantages/disadvantages of Si vs. Ge
Natural abundance
Oxide formation
Badgap
Si low CTE, high Tc, Low density
Ge High mobility for holes and electrons
Ge limited solubility of Dopants, Dopant activation
Describe the advantages
MAE 384. Advanced Mathematical Methods for Engineers.
Homework Assignment #6. Due June 25.
Students scoring at least 70% on problems 1 and 2 of this assignment will receive credit for outcome #5
Students will present numerical results in appropriate fash
MAE 384. Advanced Mathematical Methods for Engineers.
Homework Assignment 3. Due June 4.
1. The gure below illustrates a thermocline, or region of strong temperature gradient in a stratied
uid. Oceans exhibit this type of behavior. The depth of the thermo
MAE 384. Advanced Numerical Methods for Engineers.
Homework Assignment 5. Due June 18.
1. Consider the dierential equation:
dy
=
dt
1
y sin2 t
2
with initial condition given by
y(0) = 1
Solve this equation from t = 0 to t = 10 using the following methods:
MAE 384. Advanced Mathematical Methods for Engineers.
Homework Assignment 4. Due June 11.
1. The army is interested in characterizing the acoustic signature of a helicopter. The following data
show measurements of acoustic pressure (made dimensionless) fo
MAE 384. Advanced Mathematical Methods for Engineers.
Homework Assignment 2. Due May 28.
1. Enter MATLAB and set the format long e. This way you will be able to view the maximum
number of digits in the solution. Although it appears in various applications
MAE 384. Advanced Mathematical Methods for Engineers.
Homework Assignment 1. Due May 21.
1. Write the following numbers in 32-bit single-precision standard form (as stored in a computer).
(a) 66.25
(b) .06298828125
(c) -30952
2. Convert the following to d
CHAPTER 6
MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF METALS
HW PROBLEM SOLUTIONS
6.4 A cylindrical specimen of a titanium alloy having an elastic modulus of 107 GPa (15.5 106 psi) and an
original diameter of 3.8 mm (0.15 in.) will experience only elastic deformation when a
CHAPTER 3
Homework Solutions
3.4 For the HCP crystal structure, show that the ideal c/a ratio is 1.633.
Solution
A sketch of one-third of an HCP unit cell is shown below.
Consider the tetrahedron labeled as JKLM, which is reconstructed as
The atom at poin
CHAPTER 8
FAILURE
Homework Problem Solutions
8.2 Estimate the theoretical fracture strength of a brittle material if it is known that fracture occurs by the
propagation of an elliptically shaped surface crack of length 0.25 mm (0.01 in.) and having a tip
CHAPTER 5
DIFFUSION
HW PROBLEM SOLUTIONS
5.3
Solution
(a) Compare interstitial and vacancy atomic mechanisms for diffusion.
(b) Cite two reasons why interstitial diffusion is normally more rapid than vacancy diffusion.
(a) With vacancy diffusion, atomic m
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PHS 208
November 11, 2013
Brilliant Colors We See In The Sky
Arizona is famous for its amazing sunsets and vast skies. Since the desert
doesn't have many trees, the view of the sky is uninterrupted and typically crystal
clear. The blue that is c
MSE 250 Quiz 1 Study Guide
Vocabulary/Terms from Lectures 1-4
Be familiar with the following definitions/concepts:
1.
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3.
4.
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6.
7.
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10.
11.
Processing
Structure
Property
Bohrs model of the atom
Wave mechanical model of the atom
X-ray fluorescenc