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)
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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
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 begin
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MSE 201 Exam 3 Equation Sheet
1 h = 60 m = 3600 s
1 GPa = 1000 MPa = 1x106 kPa = 1x109 Pa
k = 1.38 x 10-23 J/atom K = 8.62 x 10-5 eV/atom K
T (K) = T (C) + 273
1 m = 100 cm = 1000 mm = 1x1
MSE 201 Course Learning Outcomes
Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, students will:
(1) describe how different arrangements of atoms and different types of bonding lead
to distinctly
MSE 201 Quiz #7
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Due: Friday, December 9 , 2016 at beginning of class
Instructor: Thom Cochell
Quiz #7 Take-home (70 points) - SOLUTIONS
1. Specify the number of degrees of freedom for the f
MSE 201 Course Learning Outcomes
Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, students will:
(1) describe how different arrangements of atoms and different types of bonding lead
to distinctly
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MSE 201 Exam 1 Equation Sheet
1 m = 100 cm = 1x109 nm
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Table 3.4. Relationship between silicate structure and the O/Si ratio
Structure 0/Si No. of oxygens per Si Structure and
ratio examples
Bridg. Non-bridg.
2.00 4.0 0.0 Three-dimensional
network qua
Structure of Ceramics 6|
Table 3.3. Ionic structures grouped according Io anion packing
Structure Anion Coordination Sim Example:
name packing no. of M occupied
and X by cation:
My m
Rock call Cubic
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 rem
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 la
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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 t
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
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
an
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 poly
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
M
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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:
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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
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 l
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Problem 3.47
List the point coordinates of both the sodium (Na) and chlorine (Cl) ions for a
MSE 201 Course Learning Outcomes
Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, students will:
(1) describe how different arrangements of atoms and different types of bonding lead
to distinctly