Problem Set 11
Physical Chemistry
May 3, 2013
Problem 1
trans =
2 2
= 1.15 1018 K
2mL2 kb
= 1.911 1011 m
2m
hcB
= 2.78 K
=
kB
hc
=
= 3103 K
kB
=h
rot
vib
B=1.931; %cm^-1
nu=2156.6; %cm^-1
V=.02; %m^3
3
( 2).
P(v)dv = (
mv
mv 2
)exp(
)dv
kBT
2kBT
4
9
See attached Mathematica script.
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p
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d
t
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x^2
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Con
Problem 1:
The most general form of the time independent Schrodinger equation is given below.
In this equation is the wave function describing the particle, is the Hamiltonian operator
which returns t
Problem Set 7
Physical Chemistry
March 29, 2013
Problem 1
Problem Statement:
What is the dierence between stimulated absorption and stimulated emission? How do the rates of
these two processes compare
Quantum Mechanics of an H atom:
1: Below you can see a computer generated image of a 2s orbital from Rutgers University
website.
2: Since the rest of the problems include alteration to the plot, it is