Physical Chemistry 131
Winter, February 2, 2017
PRACTICE EXAM
Instructor: John Weare
Problem 1. a. Entropy questions. Which of the following statements can
be proved from the second law? (Be careful of the definition of the
system, closed isolated etc.!)
Chem 127 Fall 2015: Homework 2
Prof. Joel Yuen-Zhou
Due Wednesday October 14 by 6:35 PM in lecture
1
Van der Waals gas
The van der Waals equation is one of the rst attempts to model real gases beyond the ideal gas. It reads,
RT
a
PvdW =
V b V2
(1)
wher
Solution to Homework 3
3.1 (a) True Please see the Equation (3.15) on Page 84 in the Levine's book. (b) True Please see the Equation (3.15) on Page 84 in the Levine's book. (c) True A Carnot cycle is defined as a reversible cycle. (d) False Work is not a
CHEM131 Homework n2 1. Levine 2.1 a. The kinetic energy of a system of several particles equals the sum of the kinetic energies of the individual particles. True
b. The potential energy of a system of interacting particles equals the sum of the potential
CHEM 131
F. Paesani
Fall 2012
Homework No. 1 on Chapter 1
Due in class Friday, October 5
NOTE: I WILL ASSUME COMPLETE FAMILIARITY WITH THE MATERIAL OF
CHAPTER 1. I WOULD SUGGEST THAT YOU DO AS MANY PROBLEMS IN
THIS CHAPTER AS YOU CAN IN ADDITION TO THIS A
CHEM 131
F. Paesani
Fall 2012
Homework No. 4 on Chapter 4
Due in class Friday, October 26
Note: As I mentioned in the previous assignments, the true and false" Levine
problems are very instructive. While the solution manual has the quick answers, I
urg
1—2. Radiation in the infrared region is often expressed in terms of wave numbers. 17' = If). A.
typical value of it in this region is 103 crn‘h Calculate the values of u, it, and E for radiation
1tlvith {I = It]: our1 and compare your results with those
CHEM 131 - PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY - FALL 2012
Thermodynamics, chemical equilibrium, phase equilibrium, chemistry of solutions
Prerequisites: Chem 6C, Math 20AB and Math 20C or 21C and Phys 2AB, or consent of instructor.
INSTRUCTOR: Francesco Paesani
3210 Urey
CHEM 131
F. Paesani Homework No. 1 on Chapter 1 Due in class Wednesday, January 12 NOTE: I WILL ASSUME COMPLETE FAMILIARITY WITH THE MATERIAL OF CHAPTER 1. I WOULD SUGGEST THAT YOU DO AS MANY PROBLEMS IN THIS CHAPTER AS YOU CAN IN ADDITION TO THIS ASSIGNM
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Chem 127 Fall 2015: Homework 9
Prof. Joel Yuen-Zhou
November 24, 2015
(Due on Monday, November 30 by 6:35 PM in lecture, together with Homework 8. Please staple them together. Notice change of location.)
1
Engel and Reid 9.7
2
Engel and Reid 9.9
Assume Ra
Chem 127 Fall 2015: Homework 4
Prof. Joel Yuen-Zhou
Due Friday October 30 by 5 PM at Urey Hall 3254.
1
Engel and Reid 3.8
2
Engel and Reid 4.22
3
Engel and Reid 4.27
4
Engel and Reid 5.3
5
Engel and Reid 5.7
6
Reversible-adiabatic vs isotherm for an ideal
5-11. [11 the infrared :pwlmm of Hm], that is an inltlw: lint al 1309 till—1. Cakulmt ﬂu: farce
mutant of H1211 and the nfvibratim {if HEW.
Equaliun 5.39 can bi: mmngcd In giw:
1‘ = {31" film}: in
This remand mass for Hm] is
_ {1.008 mm]: “26.9 mm)
= Lili
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Chem 127 Fall 2015: Homework 5
Prof. Joel Yuen-Zhou
November 11, 2015
Due Friday, November 13 by 5 PM at Urey Hall 3254.
(Homework 6 will be posted on Wednesday, November 4 and also due on
Friday, November 13 by 5 PM; please staple them together)
1
Proof
2—6. in all the differential equations that we have discussed so far, the 1iialues of the exponents e:
that we have found have been either real or purely.r imaginanr. Let us consider a case in which or
turns out to he eomplex. Consider the equation
6'2? d
Chem. 130 Some Practice Questions for Midterm
(Note: These problems are not meant to be exhaustive. You are also responsible for assigned homework problems and lecture
materials)
1. Calculate the de-Broglie wavelength of an electron traveling at 1% the sp
Physical Chemistry: CHEM 130
Lecture: M, W, F 8:00-8:50 am; York 2622
Instructor: Amit Sinha
Office: 3020-A, Urey Hall Addition
Office Hours: Tue and Thurs. 11:30-1:00 and by appointment
Phone: 534-5593
E-mail: [email protected]
Course TA: Marc Riera-Riamba
Chem 127 Fall 2015: Homework 3
Prof. Joel Yuen-Zhou
Due Friday October 23 by 5 PM at Urey Hall 3254.
To solve this problem set, I recommend using:
-Lecture slides.
-Formula cheat sheet.
-Handout on Essentials of multivariable calculus.
1
and
This problem
Chem 127 Fall 2015: Homework 6
Prof. Joel Yuen-Zhou
November 11, 2015
(Due on Friday, November 13 by 5 PM together with HW5 at Urey Hall
3254; please staple them together)
1
Engel and Reid 5.25
2
Engel and Reid 5.26
3
Engel and Reid 5.28
4
Engel and Reid
Chem 127 Fall 2015: Homework 7
Prof. Joel Yuen-Zhou
November 10, 2015
(Due on Friday, November 20 by 5 PM together with HW5 at Urey Hall
3254; please staple them together)
1
Engel and Reid 6.2
2
Engel and Reid 6.3
3
Engel and Reid 6.4
4
Engel and Reid 6.5
Chem 127 Fall 2015: Homework 8
Prof. Joel Yuen-Zhou
November 18, 2015
(Due on Monday, November 30 by 6:35 PM in lecture. Notice change of
location.)
1
Engel and Reid 8.2
2
Engel and Reid 8.4
3
Engel and Reid 8.8
4
Engel and Reid 8.9
5
Engel and Reid 8.24
J—IIJ. Prove that if 1M1} is a solution to the Schrodinger equation1 then any constant limes 1Hx}
is also a solution.
If we] is a solution of the Schrodinger oqua1ion, then HIMII = Ewtx}. The Hamiltonian
opt-.rator1 H, is a linear operator, so ift‘ is a c
3—24. Show lhat III'H: 5c: of hm: liuns
ma}: {Era-“19"” u {a a 2:
is unhunun'nal {Problcm 3—21}.
Ifmgén.
11 1 2: - I
= _ f E—Fﬂlﬂemﬁl
D 23 U
1 EN
= _ f e: In —nr]I.'i mi.
211' n
= 1 fem—mall"
2hr -— mJa'rr U
= 2—“: _1m}i:r [gin—Mm _ I]
=1]
since elm—“'3