Problem Set 9 Solutions
1. See Problem 5 in Problem Set 8 Solutions.
3a. Assuming Random Walk < R2 >= nl2
3b. In general < R2 >= nl2 f
i). < R2 >= nl2 f = 1. Random Walk. Jumps not correlated.
ii). < R2 >= 0 f = 0 Jumps completely correlated.
iii). nl2 <
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Department of Chemistry
5.60 Physical Chemistry
Spring 2008
Exam 1 Information
The exam will be closed book and closed notes. Some formulas will be provided, and some
you will need to know, but the emphasis will be on
Math Review
Differentiation
If df=gdx+hdy is exact then
Examples:
Sum Rule:
f=f(x); g=g(x)
Product Rule:
Quotient Rule:
Integration
Most common integrals:
Quadratic Equation: solving for x
Simplifications (kinetics, equilibrium problems)
The quadratic equ
Characterisation 2
First Page

These images are optical slices
Nucleolus makes Ribosomes
There is many types of RNA in a live cell
There are images stained with DNA stain
Same stain sticking to different species which give out different wavelength. This
Characterisation 1
Spectroscopic

The quantitative and behavioural analysis of chemical species i.e. lifetime free and bound
NADH.
Nucleolus

Makes rRNA
Fixed Cell/Tissue

Usually embedded in paraffin, or various resins
Paraffin 1020 microns
Resin 12
5.60 Final Exam Review
1. Phase Equilibria 2 components
a. Drawing Px,y and Tx,y diagrams
2. Ideal and Non Ideal Solutions
a. Raoults Law, Henrys Law, Daltons Law
i. Daltons Law: pA = yAp
ii. Raoults Law: pA = xApA* and pB = xBpB* = (1xA)pB*
iii. Henr