1.
There is a limit to the accuracy in which an object can be measured. Mathematically it is
4 4 . This is the error in measuring the position and velocity.
As m increases, decrease and become practically irrelevant. For a small object the
error in posit

S14
Statistical Thermodynamics, HW 1
1. Calculate q, w, H, G, S and U for the vaporization of 1 gram of water at 100 oC and 1 atm.
Assume ideal gas behavior and the density of H2O (l) at 100oC is 0.9588 g/mL. Use the
thermodynamic data tables (appendix 2)

CHEMISTRY 1480
(call it an Exam if you want, but it really is more of an in-class quiz)
Exam 3, Spring 2013,
Time Limit 30 minutes
Instructions:
1. There are a total of 15 questions and 30 points. Each question is worth 2 points.
2. This in-class portion