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7. The Gibbs phase rule F = C - #P + 2 gives F, the number o...

7. The Gibbs phase rule F = C - #P + 2 gives F, the number of degrees of freedom or the number of intensive variables (such as pressure, temperature, or mole fraction) that can be independently changed without disturbing the system's equilibrium state. The number of chemical species C is the minim...

Reaction Kinetics. 30 Points. Consider a chemical reaction o...

Reaction Kinetics. 30 Points. Consider a chemical reaction of the simple form: a. the Derive the expression for the half-life of this reaction as a function of [A] and rate constant, kg. assuming the reaction is second order. b. Derive the expression for the half-life - of this reaction as a fun...

equal to 1. It can be 0,2, 3 etc, just not 1. 1) Consider a...

equal to 1. It can be 0,2, 3 etc, just not 1. 1) Consider a reaction that has A Products and assume that the order of the reaction in A is not a) Show that the integrated rate law for this reaction is: 1 kt = 1 1 n - 1 [A]"- - 1 [A]"-¹ reaction. b) Still for the case...

Vibrational Spectrum of Sulfur Dioxide Objective: Determine...

Vibrational Spectrum of Sulfur Dioxide Objective: Determine the fundamental vibrational frequencies of SO2 and estimate its bond angle. Introduction: SO2 requires nine Cartesian coordinates (degrees of freedom) to describe the positions of its nuclei. Three of the coordinates are translational ...

3.3 Figure 3.22 on the next page shows the initial state of ...

3.3 Figure 3.22 on the next page shows the initial state of an apparatus consisting of an ideal gas in a bulb, a stopcock, a porous plug, and a cylinder containing a frictionless piston. The walls are diathermal, and the surroundings are at a constant temperature of 300.0K and a constant pressure...

1. Organic chemistry Use Gaussian to calculate A He for the ...

1. Organic chemistry Use Gaussian to calculate A He for the hydrogenation of ethene to make ethane. Use Hartree-Fock theory with the basis sets 3-21G, 6-31G(d), and 6-311+G(d,p). Also, obtain the literature 4,H° of each substance from your textbook. C2H4(g)+H2(g)- C2H6(g) (a) Construct a ta...

Read the article IR ABSORPTION: Rotation - Vibration Spectru...

Read the article IR ABSORPTION: Rotation - Vibration Spectrum of HCI. Answer the following questions. CALCULATIONS AND GRAPHS 1. You should notice two groups of lines in spectrum, separated by a slight "empty space" corresponding to 00, the frequency of the forbidden transition...

1) 3.00 moles of an ideal gas at 230K and 150 kPa is subject...

1) 3.00 moles of an ideal gas at 230K and 150 kPa is subjected to isothermal compression and its entropy decreases by 15.0 J/K. What is the pressure of the gas after the compression is finished? 2) MAC is a solid that undergoes a variety of solid-to-solid phase transitions. At 220.4 K it goes ...

Vibrational Spectroscopy) 1) The lines in the R and P bran...

Vibrational Spectroscopy) 1) The lines in the R and P branches are customarily labeled by the initial value of the rotational quantum number, giving rise to the lines. Thus, the lines are noted by R(0), R(1), R(2) and P(O), P(1), P(2), P(3) Given the data below, calculate B0 and B1 and Re(v=0) ...

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