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Homework #7
Valeria Kleiman Started: March 21, 2005 11:13 AM Finish Help Save All 9 Questions
1. From fugacity to the equation of state
(8 point(s)
The fugacity of a gas is found to obey
where A and B are
constants. The equation od
CHM 4412: PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY II
QUANTUM MECHANICS AND SPECTROSCOPY
THE CLASS COVERS MATERIAL TO LEARN ABOUT FUNDAMENTAL PHYSICAL PROPERTIES WHICH ARE THE BASE FOR UNDERSTANDING
CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL BEHAVIOR OF MATTER
Problem #1 1.000 mol of toluene and 2.000 mol of benzene, initially separated, are placed into an isolated container at 298 K and 1.000 atm pressure. What is the entropy change of the universe when these liquids are mixed within the container? Assume idea
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Problem #6 Two blocks of metal, one with a heat capacity of 2000.0 J/K and an initial temperature of 700.0 K, and the second with a heat capacity of 500.0 J/K at a temperature of 200.0 K are brought into thermal contact. a) Wha
Chapter 8: The Relative Stability of Solids, Liquids, and Gases
Problem numbers in italics indicate that the solution is included in the Students Solutions Manual. Questions on Concepts Q8.1) At a given temperature, a liquid can coexist with its gas at a
Chapter 7: The Properties of Real Gases
Problem numbers in italics indicate that the solution is included in the Students Solutions Manual. Questions on Concepts Q7.1) Explain why the oscillations in the two-phase coexistence region using the
Redlich-Kwon
Hmework # 3
Due Wednesday February 2nd
1. Three moles of an ideal gas expand isothermally against a constant pressure of 1 atm from 20 liters to 60 liters. Compute w, q, U and H 2. Three moles of a gas at 27 oC expand isothermally and reversibly from 20 l
Homework #4 Due Wednesday February 9th
This Homework has two parts 1. Go to VISTA and solve the problems labels Homework #4 http:/vista.courses.ufl.edu/webct/entryPage.dowebct 2. The following are the problems to be return to me. From Raff 4.6 4.12 4.14 4
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Homework # 5
Valeria Kleiman Started: March 21, 2005 11:11 AM Finish Help Save All 15 Questions
1-3 Combustion of hexadecane 1. Combustion of Hexadecane to form CO
(5 point(s)
The standard molar heat of formation of hexadecane is -4
Homework # 5. These problems must be turn in next Friday. Raff Problems 3.16 3.18 4.26 4.32
The rest of the homework is posted in the Vista (webct) page. The HW was originally due on Friday, but if you want, you can take an extra weekend and turn it in on
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Homework #6
Valeria Kleiman Started: March 21, 2005 11:13 AM Finish Help Save All 16 Questions
1-5 Chemical Potential under different conditions 1. Chemical Potential for Pressure in bars
(3 point(s)
Calculate the chemical potential
HW # 7 (From Raff) 5.16
Due on Wednesday March 16th
The problems to turn in are:
6.2 (explain your answer by using a plot of the chemical potential vs P) Follow section 6.4 in the book to solve the sequence of problems 6.22 through 6.26 The rest of the pr
Homework #1 Due Tuesday 1/18 From Raff: 1.2, 1.7, 1.10, 1.12, 1.14, 1.16, 1.17, .28 1. What mass of O2 gas is present in a 55-Liter flask at 400oK under 20 atm for a. An ideal gas b. A van der Waals gas 2. Five grams of ethane are confined in a bulb of on
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Hmework # 2 Due Tuesday January 25 1. For O2 and Hg atoms at 400K: Using the Boltzman-Distribution of speeds, determine the ratios of a. Mean speeds b. Mean kinetic energy ( did yoyu expected this result? Why?) 2. The best laboratory vaccum pump can gener