3.012 PS 4
Issued: 10.18.05
Due: 10.28.05
3.012
Fall 05
THERMODYNAMICS
1. Free energy calculations.
a. Engel and Reid, problem 6.2.
"G = ?
dG = VdP # SdT
The system is at constant temperature, therefore:
dG = VdP
0.5bar
"G =
!
0.5bar
dP
(0.5)
= (2.5)(8.31
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3.012 PS 5
Issued: 10. 31.04
Due: 10.22. 04
3.012
Fall 2005
1. Electrochemistry.
a. What volt age is meas ured across the electrodes of a Zn/ Cu Daniell galv anic cell onc e
its electroc hemic al reaction c
3.012 PS 5
Issued: 10.31.05
Due: 11.10.05
3.012
Fall 2004
1. Can you identify in the two figures below what are all the symmetry operations that transform
the collection of blue motifs into itself ? Using your textbook, can you label them according to
the
3 185 Problem Set 5
dvanced Heat Transfer
Solutions
1. Poirier & Geiger problem 6.11 (p. 217). (15)
To calculate the thermal conductivity of these aluminum-titanium alloys, you can use Wiedmann-Franz
law:
2
2 kB
kel =
eT
3
e
where ke l is the electrical
3 185 Problem Set 6
Radiation Intro to Fluid Flow
Due Monday November 3 2003
1. Heat transfer in electrostatic levitation (25)
Electrostatic levitation is used for property measurements in a pure liquid, with its containerless nature
removing a major poss
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
2.71/2.710 Optics
Quiz #2 Solutions
Spring 12
1. A Lloyd Mirror Interferometer. The Lloyd mirror is a wavefront-splitting
interferometer. It consists of a flat glass mirror that reflects a portion of wavefront that
co
3.012 PS 4
Issued: 10.18.05
Due: 10.28.05
3.012
Fall 05
No plagiarism allowed: see the handbook for students at http:/web.mit.edu/due/handbook.pdf . On
the other hand, you should feel free to consult as much as possible books and other educational
materia