CHEM 342 Physical Chemistry I, (Fall 2010) Problem set 4
1. Textbook 4.4 or 4.6. 2. Textbook 4.24 3. Textbook 4.30 or 4.32. 4. Textbook 4.38. 6. Derive the relationship between T and V for an ideal gas in an adiabatic reversible process. Instead of starti
CHEM 342 Physical Chemistry I Problem set 2
1. Textbook 2.2 2. Textbook 2.6 3. Textbook 2.12 4. Textbook 2.20 5. Textbook 2.22 6. Textbook 2.26. If such a gas is subjected to a Joule-Thomson expansion, will the temperature increase, decrease, or remain th
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Section 2
Solutions and Comments on Problems
Similarly, integrating both sides of Eq. 8 yields
The right-hand sides of Eqs. 9 and 10 must be equal, since both are equal to z(x, y). This can be hue only if we have x F(y) = C a nd G(x) = - + 3x 2
+ C,
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Chemistry 342, Spring 2006 Second Exam, March 10
1. a) Show an example of a process where heat is fully converted into work. Does this process contradict the second law of thermodynamics? Why? b) Why do all the Carnot engines working between the same temp
Chemistry 342 Fall 2010, September 17 First Exam
(no electronic devices are allowed to use calculators, iPods, cell phones, etc.) 1. a) How would you prove that heat is (not) a state variable? Can it be improved? How? b) What can you say about the mutual
Chem 331, Homework #9 (Ideal and Real Solutions)
(Due Wed., Nov. 14th, 2007 at beginning of class)
(1) The vapor pressure of Hg is 133.3 Pa at 126.2C. What is its vapor pressure at this temperature when it is enclosed in a container with an air pressure o
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Paul Aronowitz
Q2. What precautions might Timothy have taken in Mexico to reduce the
chances of infection?
Avoid raw vegetables (that could've been fertilized by human feces). And boil
drinking water to kill any possible microorganis
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Problem Set 3. Due Feb. 4 in class.
1. a. Assume isothermal conditions: if the reversible work is the most negative work out of a
system, reversible heat is the most positive heat. Why? b. Assume isothermal conditions: if I
reversibly do work on a system
Problem Set 4. Due Feb. 11 in class.
(Recommended from the book: Problems 2.9, 2.10, 2.122.15)
1. One can store energy by compressing air, and then later use it to power a turbine to create
energy when needed. However, you have to heat the room temperatur
Problem Set 1. Due Jan. 21 in class.
(Recommended from the book: Problem E1.1(a,b), E1.2(a), E1.8(a), E1.8(b), E1.14(a,b),P1.20)
1. Tell me whether the following are extensive or intensive:
a) Temperature
b) RT
c) k
d) Rmoles
(5 pts)
e)
/mol
f)
ps. R is t
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