1) 2) 3) 3) 4) 5) linear? Using the answer to part (a), derive an expression for the generation time. Γ A2 i ΓT1 = (1 × 1 × 3) + (8 × 1 × 0 ) + ( 3 × 1 × ( −1) ) + ( 6 × ( −1) × 1) + ( 6 × ( −1) × ( −1) ) = 3 + 0 + ( −3) + ( −6 ) + 6 Γ A2 i ΓT1 = 0 28-23 Chapter 28/Molecular Symmetry Because the scalar product is zero, the representations are orthogonal. Using the butadiene MOs as an example, sketch what you would expect the MOs to look like. Studyres contains millions of educational documents, questions and answers, notes about the course, tutoring questions, cards and course recommendations that will help you learn and learn. Beginning with the expression for flux: dN ( x) J x = −D dx If the flux and gradient in number density are determined, then the diffusion coefficient can be defined. Keeping track of the degeneracy of the 712 cm–1 mode, the total heat capacity can be written as: CV ,total = CV ,ν + 2CV ,ν + CV ,ν 1 2 3 where the heat capacity for a specific mode is determined using: hcν N e kT 2 ν CV = hc ( ) 2 kT 2 hckTν e − 1 33-9 Chapter 33/Statistical Thermodynamics Evaluating this expression for the 2041 cm–1 mode at 500 K yields: hcν N e kT 2 CV = 2 ( hcν ) 2 kT hckTν e − 1 N = (1.38 ×10−23 J K −1 ) ( 500 K )2 ( 6.626×10 × e −34 (( 6.626 ×10 −34 J s )( 3.00 ×1010 cm s −1 )( 2041 cm −1 ) ) 2 J s )( 3.00×1010 cm s −1 )( 2041 cm −1 ) (1.38×10−23 J K −1 )(500 K ) 2 ( 6.626×10 J s )(3.00×10 cm s )( 2041 cm ) (1.38×10 J K )(500 K ) e − 1 −34 10 −23 −1 −1 −1 = N ( 4.77 ×10−22 J K −1 )( 2.81×10−3 ) = nN A ( 2.29 ×10−24 J K −1 ) = nN A ( 2.29 ×10−24 J K −1 ) = n ( 0.811 J mol−1 K −1 ) Similar calculations for the other vibrational degrees of freedom and temperatures of interest yields the following table of molar constant volume heat capacities (units of J mol–1 K–1) –1 2041 cm 712 cm–1 3369 cm–1 Total 298 K 0.042 3.37 0.000 6.78 500 K 0.811 5.93 0.048 12.7 1000 K 4.24 7.62 1.56 21.0 P33.11) Consider the following energy levels and associated degeneracies for atomic Fe: Level (n) 0 1 2 3 4 Energy (cm–1) 0 415.9 704.0 888.1 978.1 Degeneracy 9 7 5 3 1 a) Determine the electronic contribution to CV for atomic Fe at 150 K assuming that only the first two levels contribute to CV. If the probability of a successful trial is unity, the probability of observing j successful trials out of n total trials is unity. c) The activation energy is determined by taking the ratio of the rate constants as described by the Arrhenius expression. (methylene chloride + hydrogen atom to dichloromethyl radical + hydrogen chloride) The zero point energy for the transition state for hydrogen abstraction from d1-methylene chloride is 51 kJ/mol, and that for deuterium abstraction is 56 kJ/mol. b) Determine xave and xrms for sucrose for time periods of 1 s, 1 min, and 1 h. a) The distribution first needs to be renormalized realizing that diffusion can only occur in one direction from the initial plane of sucrose molecules: 35-6 Chapter 35/Transport Phenomena ∞ N0 1 = C∫ 2 A (π Dt ) 1/ 2 0 = ∞ CN 0 ∫ 2 A (π Dt ) 1/ 2 e– x e– x 2 2 / 4 Dt / 4 Dt dx dx 0 = 1= CN 0 2 A (π Dt ) 1/ 2 1 1 2 ( 4π Dt ) 2 CN 0 2A 2A =C N0 Using the normalized distribution to determine x : ∞ 2 N0 2A x = ∫ x e − x / 4 Dt dx 1/ 2 N 0 2 A (π Dt ) 0 = ∞ 1 (π Dt ) ∫ 1/ 2 xe− x 2 / 4 Dt dx 0 = 1 (π Dt ) x =2 1/ 2 ( 2 Dt ) Dt π b) Now the values of xave can be calculated; assuming T = 298 K. t = 1 sec. RT 1 λ = 0.20 m = σ O2 = 4.0 ×10−19 m 2 PN A 2σ ( 8.21×10−2 L atm mol−1 K −1 ) ( 500 K ) 1 m3 1 0.20 m = 2 ( 4.0 ×10−19 m 2 ) 1000 L P ( 6.022 ×1023 mol−1 ) −7 1.204 ×10 atm m 0.20 m = P −7 1.21×10 atm m P= 0.20 m P = 6.03 ×10−7 atm P = 4.58 × 10−4 torr P34.29) A comparison of ν ave , ν mp , and ν rms for the Maxwell speed distribution reveals that these three quantities are not equal. The other asymmetric stretch involves two NH bonds. C (4, 2 ) = =6 2!2! Does it anticipate the loss of iodide following attack by cyanide? Is the ordering of bond lengths the same as that observed for the CH bond lengths in ethane, ethene, and acetylene? There are three main pathways for decay of the first excited singlet state: emitting a photon or fluorescence, non-radiative decay or internal conversion, and intersystem crossing to the triplet state. The seesaw geometry in which the lone pair is 90° to two of the SF bonds and 120° to the other two bonds is preferable to the trigonal pyramidal geometry in which three bonds are 90° to the lone pair. If so, would you characterize the distortion as puckering of the double bond carbons or as twisting around the bond, or both? Q. In the method of initial rates a chemical reaction is initiated using a specific set of reactant concentrations and the reaction rate is measured. For N2 σ = 4.3×10–19 m2 and M = 0.028 kg mol–1 1/ 2 PN A 8 RT a) z11 = σ 2 RT πM −3 1 atm 23 −1 10 torr 760 torr ( 6.022 ×10 mol ) = −2 (8.21×10 L atm mol−1 K −1 ) ( 298 K ) 8 ( 8.314 J mol−1K −1 ) ( 298 K ) 2 m ) −1 0.028 kg mol π ( ) 1/ 2 × 2 ( 4.3 × 10−19 1000 L 3 1m = ( 3.24 × 1016 L−1 )( 6.08 × 10−19 m 2 )( 475 m s −1 )(1000 L m −3 ) z11 = 9.35 ×103 s −1 34-24 2 Chapter 34/Kinetic Theory of Gases RT PN A λ = ( 8.21×10−2 L atm mol−1 K −1 ) ( 298 K ) 1 1 = 2σ −3 2 ( 4.3 × 10−19 m 2 ) 1 atm 23 −1 10 torr 6.022 10 mol × ) 760 torr ( ) ( 1 m3 = ( 50.8 L m −2 ) 1000 L λ = 0.051 m 1/ 2 PN A 8 RT σ 2 b) z11 = RT πM −10 1 atm 23 −1 (10 torr ) 760 torr ( 6.022 × 10 mol ) = −2 (8.21×10 L atm mol−1 K −1 ) ( 298 K ) 8 ( 8.314 J mol−1 K −1 ) ( 298 K ) m ) −1 π 0.028 kg mol ( ) 1/ 2 ⋅ 2 ( 4.3 × 10 −19 2 1000 L 3 1m z11 = 9.35 ×10−4 s −1 or a 10−7 decrease from (a) −2 −1 −1 8.21×10 L atm mol K ) ( 298 K ) ( RT 1 1 m3 1 λ = = −19 2 PN A 2σ (10−10 torr ) 1 atm ( 6.022 ×1023 mol−1 ) 2 ( 4.3 ×10 m ) 1000 L 760 torr λ = 5.08 ×105 m P34.26) Determine the mean free path for Ar at 298 K at the following pressures: a) 0.5 atm b) 0.005 atm c) 5 × 10–6 atm For Ar, σ = 3.6 ×10−19 m 2 and M = 0.040 kg mol–1 ( 8.21×10−2 L atm mol−1 K −1 ) ( 298 K ) RT 1 1 m3 1 a) λ = = ( 0.5 atm ) ( 6.022 ×1023 mol−1 ) 2 ( 3.6 ×10−19 m 2 ) 1000 L PN A 2σ λ = 1.60 ×10−7 m b) Since the mean free path is inversely proportional to pressure, the result from part (a) can be used to determine the mean free path at pressures specified in parts (b) and (c) as follows: 34-25 Chapter 34/Kinetic Theory of Gases 0.5 atm −7 = 1.60 × 10 m (100 ) 0.005 atm = 1.60 × 10−5 m λ0.005 = λ0.5 λ0.005 0.5 atm −7 5 c) λ5×10−6 = λ0.5 = 1.60 × 10 m (10 ) −6 5 ×10 atm λ5×10−6 = 1.60 ×10−2 m P34.27) Determine the mean free path at 500 K and 1 atm for the following: a) Ne b) Kr c) CH4 Rather than simply calculating the mean free path for each species separately, instead develop an expression for the ratio of mean free paths for two species and use the calculated value for one species to determine the other two. b) For the one-dimensional box, the nodes are points. (formaldehyde, hydroxymethylene_B3LYP; formaldehyde, hydroxymethylene_MP2) According to B3LYP/6-31G* calculations, hydroxymethylene is 240 kJ/mol higher in energy than formaldehyde, in good agreement with the experimental estimate of 230 kJ/mol. Display the two electrostatic potential maps side by side and on the same (color) scale. b) If the molecular diameter of sucrose is taken to be 0.8 nm, what is the time per random walk step? N a) ∫ N0 t dN = ξ ∫ dt N 0 ln ( N ) − ln ( N 0 ) = ξ t N ln = ξt N0 N = eξ t N0 36-16 Chapter 36/Elementary Chemical Kinetics b) At the generation time, N = 2N0. Therefore, the character of each operation on z is 1, which makes z a basis for the A1 representation. For a low particle energy, corresponding to a long wavelength, the diffraction pattern is clearly resolved. Q26.8) The rate of fluorescence is higher than that for phosphorescence. This implies that naphthalene is by this particular measure “less aromatic” than benzene by 53 kJ/mol. This suggests another possible reaction, leading to ICN and CH 3− . Consider the reaction of Cl with ethane: C 2 H 6 ( g ) + Cl( g ) → C 2 H 5 ( g ) + HCl( g ) . Make a drawing similar to Figure 28.1 showing these elements. For an ideal gas, the mean free path is dependent on the inverse of the pressure, while the number density is directly dependent on the pressure. The scaling factor to bring this into agreement with the corresponding experimental frequency (2240 cm–1) is 0.87. Since this is a branching reaction, we define k1 as the rate constant for the Ca production, and k2 as the rate constant for Ar production. (benzene, aniline, nitrobenzene; methyl cation; benzene, aniline, nitrobenzene methyl cation adducts) The para methyl cation adduct is preferred for aniline (by 147 kJ/mol) while the meta adduct is preferred for nitrobenzene (by 31 kJ/mol). Studies of Rhodamine B generally employ 532-nm light such that the focused-spot diameter is ~270 nm. Justify your answer. H H H C H Triplet C Singlet It should be possible to take advantage of what we know about stabilizing radical centers versus stabilizing empty orbitals and use that knowledge to design carbenes that will either be singlets or triplets. This plot is as follows: 37-31 Chapter 37/Complex Reaction Mechanisms 70 y = 0.1982x + 3.07 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 P (torr) The equation for the best-fit line is: P = 0.198 mL–1 ( P ) + 3.07 torr mL–1 V Thus, the Vm value is 1 Vm = slope Vm = 5.04 mL With Vm θ can be determined resulting in the following: P (atm) θ 20 50 100 200 300 0.595 0.754 0.853 0.932 0.952 P37.23) Given the limitations of the Langmuir model, many other empirical adsorption isotherms have been proposed to better reproduce observed adsorption behavior. This curvature led the authors to suggest that more than one environment may be present. Solomons Fryhle - Organic Chemistry - 10 Edition.pdf Equally important are the text and graphical outputs from the actual calculations. They would also agree that ethanol is at best a very weak acid. The amplitude is now 2 iA′ rather than A. b) The wave function after the imposition of the boundary conditions is ψ ( x ) = A′ ( e+ ik x − e−ik x ) = 2iA′ sin k x. b)You are about to perform a microscopy experiment in which you will monitor the 35-5 Chapter 35/Transport Phenomena fluorescence from a single lysozyme molecule. Note any exceptions. d) The normal modes of a molecule are Raman active if the bases of the representation to which the normal mode belongs are the x2, y2, z2, xy, yz, or xz functions. Bridged benzene brominium ion is not an energy minimum as evidenced by an imaginary frequency (corresponding to motion of the bromine away from a bridging position). What would you expect the (kinetic) product ratio to be at room temperature? This is reflected in the HOMO in which the upper and lower lobes are skewed relative to each other. The number of moles of CO is calculated using the idea gas law: 37-37 Chapter 37/Complex Reaction Mechanisms n= (1008 Pa ) 1 atm ( 0.0184 L ) 5 1.013 ×10 Pa ( 0.0821 L atm mol–1 K –1 ) ( 295 K ) = 7.50 × 10 –6 mol This corresponds to 4.55 × 1018 molecules or 4.55 × 1018 photons that have resulted in reaction. b) If care is taken in selecting the collection optics and detector for the experiment, a detection efficiency of 10% can be readily achieved. The fraction of N2 particles can be found by integrating the speed distribution between the speeds 200 and 300 m/s–1. CH2 has 6 valence electrons. Acid strength can be calculated simply as the difference in energy between the acid and its conjugate base (the energy of the proton is 0). If the potential has the form V ( x, y, z ) = Vx ( x ) + Vy ( y ) + Vz ( z ) , then the total energy can be written in the form E = Ex + Ey + Ez. a) Calculate the activation energy and Arrhenius preexponential factor for this reaction. Is the seesaw structure an energy minimum? The fact that the potential above and below the plane of the ring (the π system) is not as negative as that in benzene suggests that pyridine will not be as reactive as benzene toward electrophilic aromatic substitution. Both the A1 and the T2 modes are active in Raman. Q26.12) How many distinguishable states belong to the following terms: a) 1 Σ +g The number of state is 2S + 1 multiplied by the allowed values of ML. Next, optimize XeF6 in a geometry that is distorted from octahedral (preferably in C1 symmetry) and calculate its vibrational frequencies. However, this development is not limited to fermions, but is also applicable to bosons. 1.602×10−19 J E = hν ≥ 5.65 eV × = 9.05 ×10−19 J eV −19 E 9.05 × 10 J ν≥ ≥ ≥ 1.37 × 1015 s −1 −34 h 6.626 × 10 J s b) The outgoing electron must first surmount the barrier arising from the work function, so not all the photon energy is converted to kinetic energy. To perform the experiment, the initial activity cannot be lower than 10% of the initial activity when the sample was received. Does the HOMO in trans-cyclooctene show evidence of distortion? What elementary steps are involved in a reaction mechanism involving radicals? ethene: CC bond lengthens, CH2 groups pyramidalize formaldimine: little change to CN bond formaldehyde: little change to CO bond 27-30 Chapter 27/Computational Chemistry b) Obtain equilibrium geometries for radical cations of ethene, formaldimine, and formaldehyde using the HF/6-31G* model. P27.26) It is well known that cyanide acts as a “carbon” and not a a “nitrogen” nucleophile in SN2 reactions, for example, How can this behavior be rationalized with the notion that nitrogen is in fact more electronegative than carbon and, therefore, would be expected to hold any excess electrons? The number density on the incident side of the foil is determined using the ideal gas law: At ( 0.750 ×10 −4 101325 Pa P N = = = 2.46 × 1025 m –3 –23 –1 kT (1.38 ×10 J K ) ( 298 K ) 35-29 Chapter 35/Transport Phenomena and the spatial gradient in number density is: dN 0 − 2.46 ×1025 m –3 = −4.93 × 1029 m –4 = –5 5 × 10 m dx Finally, the diffusion coefficient is calculated as follows: Jx 5.77 × 1019 m –2 s –1 D=− =− = 1.17 ×10−10 m 2 s –1 29 –4 dN ( -4.93 ×10 m ) dx P35.32) In the determination of molar conductivities, it is convenient to define the cell l , where l is the separation between the electrodes in the A conductivity cell, and A is the area of the electrodes. c) By what factor would you have to increase a at constant n to have the zero point energies of an electron be equal to the zero point energy of a proton in the box? b) Determine the ratio of thermal conductivity for N2 at sea level if P = 1 atm, but the temperature is reduced to 100 K. Which energetic degrees of freedom will be operative at the lower temperature, and how will this affect CV,m? What is the energy difference between the two forms? What is the limiting value of U as the temperature approaches zero and infinity? Thus 5 irreducible representations; four 1-dimensional and one 2-dimensional. It can reasonably well be described as a triple bond. The essence of particle-wave particle duality is that some properties are more easily addressed in a wave picture, and some properties are more 15-2 Chapter 15/Using Quantum Mechanics on Simple Systems easily addressed in a particle picture. The scalar coupling is independent of the external magnetic field. Evaluate the energy of 27-13 Chapter 27/Computational Chemistry hydrogenation relative to that of naphthalene. v avg = v = 1/ 2 ∞ M vx 2π RT ∫ −∞ 1/ 2 ∞ M = 2π RT v avg = 0 v mp ∫ vxe − M 2 vx 2 RT e − M 2 vx 2 RT dv x dv x −∞ 1/ 2 M 2 − vx ∂ M 2 RT ⇒0= e ∂ν x 2π RT 1/ 2 M M M − 2 RT v2x 0= v e x 2π RT 2π RT The above equality will be true when v x = 0; therefore, vmp = 0. First examine the vibrational spectrum of pyramidal ammonia (“ammonia”). ∆ν 510s −1 δ= =− = −2.04 ppm 250 × 106 s −1 ν0 δ= ∆ν ν0 = 280s −1 = 1.12 ppm 250 × 106 s −1 P29.4) Consider the first-order correction to the energy of interacting spins illustrated in Example Problem 29.3 for ψ 2 . 173 Which has higher bond energy: (A)F 2 (B )Cl2 Q. P15.5) Consider a particle in a one-dimensional box defined by V ( x ) = 0, a > x > 0 and V ( x ) = ∞, x ≥ a, x ≤ 0. C64 is not listed because it is identical to C32 . P30.2) You are dealt a hand consisting of 5 cards from a standard deck of 52 cards. Indicate your decision-making process as was done in the text for NH3. Justify your answer. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) linear? a,b) The thermal conductivity is expressed as: 1 CV , m κ= ν ave N λ 3 NA and the viscosity is: 1 η = ν ave N λ m 3 Therefore: C 1 κ = ν ave N λ V ,m NA 3 κ= CV ,m mN A η= CV ,m M η Substituting in the values provided in part (b) of the problem: 8.314 J mol –1 K –1 ) ( 2 κ= 223 ×10 –6 P ) ( –1 ( 0.040 kg mol ) 3 0.1 kg m –1 s –1 = 0.0695 J ⋅ kg K P 1P –3 –1 –1 –1 = 6.95 ×10 J K m s –1 –1 c) The relation between two thermal concluctivities for two gases with indentical heat capacities is M1 σ1 κ 2 = κ1 M2 σ2 And so: κ Ne = 6.95 ×10 –3 J K –1 m –1 s –1 ⋅ 0.040 kg mol –1 0.36 nm 2 0.020 kg mol –1 0.24 nm 2 = 1.47 ×10 –2 J K –1 m –1 s –1 P35.21) As mentioned in the text, the viscosity of liquids decreases with increasing temperature. Is the half-life for a first-order reaction dependent on concentration? Also, display the HOMO and LUMO for one of your structures of intermediate bond angle. Finally, the reaction rates are measured at early times before the reactant concentrations have undergone substantial change from their initial value. The static magnetic field causes the splitting in the energy of the nuclear spin states corresponding to different projections of the magnetic moment on the static field axis, which we designate as the z axis. What is the half-life? b) What is the molecular weight of myoglobin? The identity element is not depicted.. b) Will the time for the reaction to reach 60% completion change if the initial reactant concentrations are decreased by a factor of two? c) 2 Π Following the analysis for part (a), there are four states consistent with the term 2 Π. d) 2 ∆ Following the analysis for part (a), there are four states consistent with the term 2 ∆. Focus on similarities in the structure of the orbitals and not on their position in the lists of orbitals. Elementary reaction steps are combined to construct complex reaction mechanisms. a) The rate is given as R=− 1 d PC4 H8 1 d PC2 H 4 = RT dt 2 RT dt The pressure at time t is given as Pt = Pt =0 − PC4 H8 + PC2 H4 . 30-3 Chapter 30/Probability a) If the number 6 is twice, the new probabilities (with renormalization) are: 1 P1 , P2 , P3 , P4 , P5 = 7 2 P6 = 7 Proceeding as described in Problem P30.3: Psum=7 = 2 × ( P1 × P6 ) + 2 × ( P2 × P5 ) + 2 × ( P3 × P4 ) 1 2 1 1 8 = 2 × × + 2 2 × × = 7 7 7 7 49 b) Psum=9 = 2 × ( P3 × P6 ) + 2 × ( P4 × P5 ) 1 2 1 1 6 = 2 × × + 2 × × = 7 7 7 7 49 c) Psum ΘR, the high-temperature limit is valid. Would you expect the orbital energies to increase or decrease in the relaxation? a) What are the most likely area or areas dxdy to find the particle for each of the eigenfunctions of H depicted in plots a–f? 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 T (K) The high-temperature limit value for the molar heat capacity is (1 mol) × R = 8.314 J K − 1. 35-1 Chapter 35/Transport Phenomena The root mean square diffusion distances depend on the square root of the both the time and the diffusion coefficient. The yield for B is given as ΦB = kB = 0.3 k B + kC or 36-27 Chapter 36/Elementary Chemical Kinetics kB = 0.3 ( kB + kC ) kB = 0.3 kC 0.7 kB = 0.429 kC Next, the ratio of rate constants is given by: −1 kB A e −27 kJ mol /RT = −1 kC A e −34 kJ mol l/RT 7kJ mol kB = e RT kC −1 Setting the rate constant ratios equal and solving for temperature: 7 kJ mol−1 e (8.314 J mol −1 ) = 0.429 K −1 T 7 kJ mol−1 = −0.846 (8.314 J mol−1 K −1 ) T −995 K = T Since absolute temperature can not be a negative quantity, the two statements are inconsistent. Also it has little to say when more than six electron pairs are present. What is the maximum reaction rate predicated by this rate law? The Langmuir equation can be written as P P 1 = + V Vm KVm And the fractional coverage, θ, is simply the ratio of adsorbed volume to the volume of maximum adsorption (Vm): V θ= Vm Therefore, Vm is required to determine the fractional coverage versus pressure. 15.3 2.78 0.088 0.035 no yes yes yes 4153 3123 288 173 no no no no P33.5) The lowest four energy levels for atomic vanadium (V) have the following energies and degeneracies: Level (n) 0 1 2 3 Energy (cm–1) 0 137.38 323.46 552.96 Degeneracy 4 6 8 10 What is the contribution to the average energy from electronic degrees of freedom for V when T = 298 K? 36-11 Chapter 36/Elementary Chemical Kinetics b) Taking the natural log of the previous expression yields: ln Pt2 − Pt1 = ln ( P∞ − P0 ) − kt1 + ln (1 − e− k ∆ ) ( ) = ln ( P∞ − P0 ) (1 − e − k ∆ ) − kt1 Therefore, a plot of the difference in pressure at fixed difference in time versus t1 should yield a straight line with slope equal to – k. Using a difference in time of 9 s yields the following table of the difference in pressures versus time: 4.1 y = -0.0331x + 4.0055 3.9 3.7 3.5 3.3 3.1 2.9 2.7 2.5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 time1 The slope of the best fit line is –0.0311 min–1; therefore, the rate constant is 0.0311 min–1, or 5.18 × 10–4 s–1. = +1/ 2 for α and −1/ 2 for β . In a first order reaction the reaction rate depends linearly on the concentration of a single reactant species. The D3 group has three classes and six elements (1E, 2C3, 3C2). What is the collisional cross section of Xe? By degeneracy, we mean the 15-14 z Chapter 15/Using Quantum Mechanics on Simple Systems number of distinct quantum states (different quantum numbers) all of which have the same energy. b) Determine the ratio of collisional cross sections for Ar relative to Kr assuming identical pressure and temperature conditions. 4) σ plane? All that is required is the number of electron pairs surrounding the atom, broken down into bonded pairs and nonbonded (lone) pairs. S63 is not listed because it is identical to i. S64 is not listed because it is identical to S32 . b) n2 0.04 eV 1J = exp − × −23 −1 18 n1 1.381 × 10 JK × 300 K 6.242 × 10 eV = exp [ −1.547] = 0.213 Doped Si at 300 K is a semiconductor. Given this list, what spectroscopic information do you need to numerically determine the internal energy? Do you conclude that ring closure is under kinetic control? The only restriction you need to be aware of is that the diene needs to be electron rich in order to be reactive. What is the expression for viscosity in terms of particle parameters derived from gas kinetic theory? σ plane? Loss of D+ from this intermediate is equally probably to loss of H+. c) In milk at 37°C, the bacteria lactobacillus acidophilus has a generation time of about 75 min. 15-11 Chapter 15/Using Quantum Mechanics on Simple Systems b a + d c + - - + + - e - + + f + - - - - + + - + - + - + a) − 2 =2 ∂ 2 4 n π x n yπ y ∂ 4 n xπ x n y π y sin sin + 2 2 sin x a sin a 2 2 2m ∂ x a a a ∂ y a 2 2 2 = 2 n xπ x 4 n xπ x n y π y = n y π x 4 n xπ x n y π y sin sin = + 2 2 sin sin 2m a a a a 2m a a a a h 2 ( n x2 + n 2y ) 4 n xπ x n y π y = 2 sin sin 2 8m a a a a Because application of the total energy operator returns the wave function multiplied by a n πy n πx constant, ψ nx n y ( x, y ) = N sin x sin y is an eigenfunction of the total energy operator. P28.4) Use the logic diagram of Figure 28.2 to determine the point group for PCl5. Problems P27.1) The assumption that the reaction coordinate in going from gauche to anti nbutane is a simple torsion is an oversimplification, because other geometrical changes no doubt also occur during rotation around the carbon–carbon bond, for example, changes in bond lengths and angles. Q33.6) Why do electronic degrees of freedom generally not contribute to the constant volume heat capacity? b) Calculate the ratio of electrons at the bottom of the conduction band to those at the top of the dopant band for P-doped Si at 300 K. The top of the dopant band lies 0.04 eV below the bottom of the Si conduction band. b) How much UF6 will remain in the Knudsen cell after 5 min of effusion? P27.14) Singlet and triplet carbenes exhibit different properties and show markedly different chemistry. DCO2 = 1.00 × 10 –5 m 2s –1 @ T = 273 K is P = 1 atm 35-3 Chapter 35/Transport Phenomena 1 D = ν ave λ 3 D= 1 8kT RT 1 3 π M PN A 2σ Rearranging the above equation to isolate the collisional cross section: 1 8 RT RT 1 σ= 3 π M PN A 2 D = 1 3 2 8 ( 8.314 J mol –1 K –1 ) ( 273 K ) π ( 0.044 kg mol –1 ) 3 –2 –1 –1 1 m ( 8.21× 10 L atm mol K ) ( 273 K ) 1 1000 L × –5 2 –1 23 –1 1.00 ×10 m s (1 atm ) ( 6.022 ×10 mol ) 2 σ = 0.318 nm P35.2) a) The diffusion coefficient for Xe at 273 K and 1 atm is 0.5 × 10–5 m2 s–1. These will generally be available only for very simple molecules and will almost never be available for novel interesting compounds. See the discussion for the previous answer. To what quantum system should you compare it in order to determine the equivalence of the classical and quantum statistical mechanical treatments? Hydroxymethylene is an energy minimum according to both B3LYP/ 6-31G* and MP2/6-31G * calculations (all vibrational frequencies are real). This element is not depicted. 1 2 mv , and the velocity is measured relative to the frame of reference. Q36.12) What is the kinetic definition of equilibrium? CH 3CO 2 H → CH 3CO −2 + H + As written, this is a highly endothermic process, because not only is a bond broken but two charged molecules are created from the natural acid. Is the same true for the one-dimensional velocity distributions? Q36.7) What is a half-life? P27.25) Diels-Alder reactions commonly involve electron-rich dienes and electrondeficient dienophiles: The rate of these reactions generally increases with the π -donor ability of the diene substituent, Y, and with the π -acceptor ability of the dienophile substituent, X. Meant by the X-ray crystal structure the c−o−h bond angle in ch3oh a fully delocalized π system for continuous and discrete?! Arrange these states is 1 the COOC dihedral being held at 0° system should you compare it in order have. 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