Chem 222
Physical Chemistry II
Spring 2014
Part I
1. Calculate the change in the entropy of a system after an isothermal expansion from
volume V1 to volume V2 .
2. Calculate the change in the entropy using path D+E and compare your result with
above.
3. R
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Chern 222,Physical Chemistry II, April 21, 2014
1. (a) If one mole of an ideal gas is taken from T I and Vi to T 2 and V2 and
C v is independent of temperature, show that: (10 points)

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Chem 222,Physical Chemistry II
1. The properties of a gas under compression can be written as the following cubic equation:
RT
a
ab
3
2
V b+
V + V
=0
P
P
P
At a constant temperature T , starting from a point at low pressure t
Chem 222
Physical Chemistry II
Spring 2014
Part I
The vibrational energy of an oscillator can be written as = n + 1 h.
2
1. Calculate the average vibrational energy at temperature T .
2. Calculate the contribution of vibrational motion of a diatomic gas o
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Chem 222
Physical Chemistry II
Spring 2012
Part I
Q(N, V, T ) =
1
N!
2mKB T
h2
3N/2
(V N b)N eN
2 /V
KB T
1. Calculate the average pressure of this gas and compare with the results with the equation of state of the Van der Waals gas.
2. Calculate the heat
Chem 222
Physical Chemistry II
Spring 2014
Part I
The vibrational energy of an oscillator can be written as = n + 1 h.
2
1. Calculate the average vibrational energy at temperature T .
2. Calculate the contribution of vibrational motion of a diatomic gas o
Chem 222
Physical Chemistry II
Spring 2012
Part I
1. Find the critical pressure, Pc , the critical volume, Vc and the critical temperature, Tc
of the Van der Waals equation.
P =
a
RT
2
V b V
(1)
2. Simplify the Van der Waal equation by using the reduced
Chem 222
Physical Chemistry II
Spring 2014
1.
Calculate the second virial coecient of the following potential:
r<
rc6 r >
u(r) =
(1)
remember that the second virial coecient is given by:
eu(r)/KB T 1 r2 dr
B2V = 2Na
(2)
0
2.
Rearrange the Van der Waals
Chem 222
Physical Chemistry II
Spring 2014
1.
Calculate the second virial coecient of the following potential:
u(r) =
c r <
r6 r >
remember that the second virial coecient is given by:
B2V = 2Na
eu(r)/KB T 1
0
2.
(1)
r2dr
(2)
Rearrange the Van der Waal
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Chern 222,Physical Chemistry II, February 17, 2014
1. The hard sphere potential is given by the following equation:
u(r)
0
= cfw_
r<O"
r>O"
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