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CHEM 549  Ill. Chicago Study Resources

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School: Ill. Chicago
Course: Chemical Kinetics And Dynamics
Chemistry 549 Spring 2004 Problem Set 1 Due Monday, Feb. 2 Read Chapter 1. Do Problems 1.4, 1.8, and 1.9 in the textbook. Also do the following problems: 1. Consider the following network of first order reactions, with the indicated rate constants: x z, k

PS2 Solutions A
School: Ill. Chicago
Course: Chemical Kinetics And Dynamics
problem1.nb 1 I n[138]:= H* Problems 1 and 2 k1 = 5 k2 = 3 *L "Problems 1 and 2" NDSolve@8x '@tD  k1 x@tD, x@0D 1, y'@tD k1 x@tD  k2 y@tD, y@0D 0, z'@tD k2 y@tD, z@0D 0, z11'@tD x@tD  k1 z11@tD, z11@0D 0, z21'@tD x@tD + k1 z11@tD  k2 z21@tD, z21@0D 0

PS3 Solutions A
School: Ill. Chicago
Course: Chemical Kinetics And Dynamics
problem2.nb 1 I n[625]:= matrix =  88 k1m X0  k2 Y0, k2m Y0<, 8k2 Y0, k2m Y0  k3< Print@"Eigenvalues are"D lambda = Eigenvalues@ matrixD pp = First@lambdaD Last@lambdaD Simplify@%D "First data set" k1 = 0.0002; k2 = 0.0001; k3 = 0.01; k1m = 0; k2m =

PS3 Solutions B
School: Ill. Chicago
Course: Chemical Kinetics And Dynamics
problem4.nb 1 I n[282]:= DD = 10; t = 5; Plot@ NIntegrate@1 Sqrt@4 Pi DD tD Exp@x ^2 H4 DD tLD, 8x,  x0, x0<D , p 8x0, 0, 50<, PlotRange > All, AxesLabel 8"X0", "pHx0L"<D Hx0 L 1 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 10 Out[283]= Graphics 20 30 40 50 X0

Ps3
School: Ill. Chicago
Course: Chemical Kinetics And Dynamics
Chemistry 545 Spring 2004 Problem Set 3 Due Wednesday, February 25 Reading assignment: Finish reading through Section 8.1 1. Do problem 5.2 Note that in part (b) there is a typographical error: The left hand side of each of the equations is a time derivat

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School: Ill. Chicago
Course: Chemical Kinetics And Dynamics
Chemistry 549 Spring, 2004 Problem Set 4 Due Monday, April 12 Read Chapter 10 and Appendices 1 and 2. 1) Problem 10.6 in the text, 2) Write a Mathematica program to calculate the rate constant for a general collinear reaction of the form A + BC products Y

Ps5
School: Ill. Chicago
Course: Chemical Kinetics And Dynamics
Chemistry 549 Spring, 2004 Problem Set 5 Due Friday, April 30 These proble ms are based on the material in Chapters 8, 9, and 11 plus the supplementary material handed out in class. 1. Problem 11.1 2. Problem 11.2 3. Use the RRKM program to calculate the

Solution Kinetics
School: Ill. Chicago
Course: Chemical Kinetics And Dynamics
There was some confusion between number and number density. Let N be the number of molecules in volume V. Then the number density is n=N/V. In the book, N is written as n, n is written as c, and nB is written as [B]. The flux of molecule i is given by i