MSE 201: Homework No. 1 No Solutions
MSE 201 Spring 2009
Problem 2.2
Next logical element in series is Sn [Group IVB] [G IVB] Si Ge Sn (Z = 50 electrons)
1s22s22p63s23p63d104s24p64d105s25p2 cfw_Valence = 4
MSE 201 Spring 2009
Problem 2.14
Consider charact
MSE 201 Homework #11
Due: Friday, December 2nd, 2016 at the beginning of class
Instructor: Thom Cochell
Homework Assignment #11 (100 points)
Homework assignments should:
be turned in promptly at the beginning of class (no late assignments accepted!)
be
MSE 201 Extra Problems prior to Exam 1
Some of these problems have solutions in the back of the textbook, others we will work
through in class before the exam, and I will provide solutions for the remaining.
1. Problem 3.44 in the textbook
2. Problem 3.48
MSE 201 Homework #5
Due: Friday, Oct. 7th at the beginning of class
Instructor: Thom Cochell
Homework Assignment #5
Homework assignments should:
be turned in promptly at the beginning of class (no late assignments accepted!)
be written CLEARLY AND CONCI
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MSE 201 Exit paper 09/02/2016
Draw an arrow representing the direction of close-pack in each of the 3 structures
below.
Was anything unclear from todays lecture? If not, what was the main take-away?
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Problem 3.47
List the point coordinates of both the sodium (Na) and chlorine (Cl) ions for a unit cell of the sodium
chloride (NaCl) crystal structu
MSE 201 Homework #1
Due: Friday, Sept. 4th at the beginning of class
Instructor: Thom Cochell
Homework Assignment #1
Homework assignments should:
be turned in promptly at the beginning of class (no late assignments accepted!)
be written CLEARLY AND CONC
Name: _
MSE 201 Exit paper 09/09/2016
Write down the general procedure for determining the crystal structure of an ionic
ceramic.
If you take the zinc blende structure (ZnS) and instead place a carbon atom at every
site where t
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MSE 201 Exit paper 09/07/2016
Draw an arrow representing the direction of close-packing in each of the 3 structures
below.
Structure:
Structure:
Structure:
Coordination:
Coordination:
Coordination:
APF:
MSE 201:
Structure & Properties of
Polymers I
MSE 201 Spring 2016
What are the Properties of Polymers?
Polymers are
STRONG
MSE 201 Spring 2016
What are the Properties of Polymers?
Polymers are
TOUGH
MSE 201 Spring 2016
What are the Properties of Polymers?
University of Kentucky
Department of Chemical & Materials Engineering
MSE 201 Spring 2016
March 2, 2016
Quiz No. 2
QUIZ IS CLOSED BOOK (Calculators, OK)
TWENTY-FIVE MINUTES
Problem 1] For the six polymers listed below, match the name of the polymer with t
University of Kentucky
Department of Chemical & Materials Engineering
MSE 201 Spring 2016
EXAM ONE SAMPLE
Problem 1 (15 points): For the following materials, indicate the expected crystal structure
and corresponding coordination number(s), as requested.
(
MSE 201:
Homework No. 5
MSE 201 Spring 2016
Problem One
PET molecular weight:
O
CH2CH2
O C
O
C O
Number of chains x 10-20 versus DP
40
35
30
25
20
MW of single repeat unit:
192 gm/mol
15
10
5
0
40
100
180
240
300
360
Degree of polymerization
MSE 201 Sprin
MSE 201 Homework #10
Due: Friday, November 18th at the beginning of class
Instructor: Thom Cochell
Homework Assignment #10 (100 points)
Homework assignments should:
be turned in promptly at the beginning of class (no late assignments accepted!)
be writt