1) We learned about blackbodys and the
relation of temperature to wavelength. This
9) Which is the most stable lewis structure
can be related by the equation.T=2.88x10
Using this informati
Draw the best Lewis structures for the following compounds:
Estimate the enthalpy of reaction for the following reaction:
H2(g) + Cl2(g)
Given the follo
Global Warming: Why, When, and How
Donald R. Blake
Department of Chemistry
University of California, Irvine
Why should we care?
Sea level rise
Change in climate
Ocean acidification (from CO2 increase
Session Survey 2
a. Draw all correct Lewis structures for ClO3-. Show formal charges on individual atoms.
*Hint: There are 3 resonance structures
b. What is the molecular geometry of ClO3-? Draw the VSEPR structure.
c. Which measurement is close
General Chemistry I
Lectures :Tu/Th 11.00-12.20 in PSLH 100.
2010, 2008, 2005, 2002 by P. W. Atkins
and L. L. Jones
Do not use the regular email of Professor
Week 10 Worksheet
SI Unit Prefixes
Conversions between units of amount
The Ideal Gas Law
Initial and Final Conditions + The Ideal Gas Law
Standard Temperature and Pressure (STP)
T = 0C
P = 1 atm
22.4 L/mol for an ideal gas
Week 8 Worksheet
Molecular Orbital Theory
1.) Is it a homonuclear or heteronuclear diatomic molecule?
2.) Determine the valence electron configuration of each atom.
a. # of atomic orbitals = # of molecular orbitals
b. The energy of antibonding
Complete the following table:
Write all possible resonance forms for the following molecules, and then fill out the table:
A hard copy is due in lecture on Monday, December 3 November 26. Late homeworks
are not accepted. If you cannot make it to lecture, you should arrange to hand in your
homework ahead of time.
For all of the questions below, you will be attendin
Discussion Week 2: Chapter 1
1. Relating Frequency and Wavelength of Electromagentic Radiation. Most of the light from a sodium
vapor lamp has a wavelength of 589nm. What is the frequency of this radiation?
We can first convert the wavelength of the light
1) You have a leak-proof piston filled with a gas. If the initial pressure is 1.50 atm
and the initial volume is 3.0 L, what is the volume if the pressure is increased to
1.50atm x 3.0L = 4.50atm x V2
V2 = 1.0 L
2) What is the mass of
1) For the following set of quantum numbers, determine whether or not they are a valid set.
ml must be l
n cant be 0
l can only be (0(n-1)
If not valid, why?
ms can only be 1/2
l can only be (0(n-1)