For a CO molecule, the constant epsilon is approximately 0.00024 eV. Calculate the rotational partition function for a CO molecule at room temperature (300 K), first using the exact formula: (j = 0 to ∞) Zrot = sum of (2j + 1)e-E(j)/kT = sum of (2j + 1)e-j(j + 1)epsilon/kT, and then using the approximate formula: (
A water molecule can vibrate in various ways, but the easiest type of vibration to excite is the "flexing" mode in which the hydrogen atoms move toward and away from each other by the HO bonds do not stretch. The oscillations of this mode are approximately harmonic, with a frequency of 4.8 x 10^13 Hz. As for any quantum harm
The drawing shows a sulfur dioxide molecule. It consists of two oxygen atoms and a oxygen atom. Find the coordinate of the center mass of the sulfur dioxide molecule. See attached file for full problem description.
An electron has a de Broglie wavelenght equal to the diameter of the Hydrogen atom. What is the kinetic energy of the electron? How does this energy compare to the ground state of the hydrogen atom?
Positronium is an atom composed of an electron and a positron (mp = me, Q = +e). Calculate the distance between the particles and the energy of the lowest energy state of positronium. Hint: the reduced mass µ of the two particles equals me/(1 + me/m). -----------------a0 ------------------E0
Please help me solve the following: An atom of mass m moving in the x direction with speed v collides elastically with an atom of mass 3m at rest. After the collision, the first atom moves in the y direction. Find the direction of motion of the second atom and the speeds of both atoms (in terms of v) after the collision. ---
What is the root-mean-square speed of chlorine gas molecules at a temperature of 47 degrees C? (Molecular mass of Cl2 = 71)
1.) It has been estimated that the Earth contains 1.0 x 10^9 tons of natural uranium that can be mined economically. If all the world's energy needs (7.0 x 10^12 J/s) were supplied by 235(U) fission, how long would this supply last? Assume that the average energy released in a fission event is 208 MeV. (Hint: 235/92(U) has a per
(a) (i) What are the main assumptions of the free electron model? (ii) Give an example where the free electron model is in good agreement with experiment. (iii) Give an example where the free electron model fails. (b) (i) How does the nearly free electron model improve on the free electron model? (ii) Describe one of the s
PROBLEM: A cylinder container has a couple of holes punched into the bottom of it and the water is spurting out the holes due to the water pressure. You drop the water filled cylinder and as it is free falling the water no longer spurts out the holes. What happens to g, and hence weight, and hence weight density, and hence
3 fermi problems: Q1) Estimate the number of atoms in a Trex? Q2) What is 10amu in kg? Q3) Estimate the number of hairs on a dog?
In a period of 1.00 s, 8.00 x 10^23 nitrogen molecules strike a wall with an area of 7.40 cm^2. If the molecules move with a speed of 300 m/s and strike the wall head-on in elastic collisions, what is the pressure exerted on the wall? (The mass of one N2 molecule is 4.68 x 10^-26 kg.) Answer in KiloPascals
Legend has it that, many centuries ago, Archimedes jumped out of his bathtub and ran across town naked screaming "Eureka!" after he solved an especially difficult problem. Though you may not have thought of things this way before, when you drink a glass of water, the water that you are drinking contains some water molecules that
Could some please give detailed soltions to the following past paper Question 2. Please highlight where standard formulas (showing the formulas in bold) are used and make all methods clear explaining what has been done and why.
(See attached file for full problem description) --- Atoms of lithium are able to absorb photons of frequency 2.01 x 1014 Hz. This corresponds to a transition state from the ground state (at -5.37 ev) to an excited state. Zero energy corresponds to the state in which one electron is completely removed from the atom. (Use
A solid steel plate with a hole through its center, drops in temperature, what will the hole's diameter do?
When you compare one mole of gold to one mole of water what will they have in common (same mass, volume or number of molecules)?
Model of HCl molecule. See attached file for full problem description.
How does the number of atoms in a 26.5 gram gold ring compare to the number in a silver ring of the same mass? Amoung the higest and lowest temperatures recorded are 136degrees F in the Libyan desert and -129Degrees F in the Antarctica. What are these in Celsius? To make a secrue fit, rivets that are larger than the rivit
We want to find how many Coulombs of charge are on the electrons in a nickel coin. Follow this method. a) A nickel coin has a mass of about 5.172 g. Each mole (6.02 * 10^23 atoms) has a mass of about 57.98 g. Find the number of atoms in nickel coin. b) Find the number of electrons in the coin. Each nickel atom has 28 elect
Hi, I need some assistance with the following problems: 1. If the translational rms speed of the water vapor molecules (H2O) in air is 664 m/s, what is the translational rms speed of the carbon dioxide molecules (CO2) in the same air? Both gases are at the same temperature. 2. Near the surface of Venus, the rms speed of c
What kinds of evidence supports the belief that molecules of various kinds, including some complex ones, exist in space? Please include references to support answer.
1. A Ping-Pong ball has a diameter of 3.8 cm and average density of 0.084 g/cm3. What force is required to hold it completely submerged under water? 2. A tank with a cover, containing a liquid of density p, has a hole in its side at the distance y1 from the bottom. The diameter of the hole is small relatively to the diamete
An expandable chamber contains 16.0 kg of molecular oxygen at STP. How many molecules are in it? How many moles?
Question: What is the mass of hydrogen and the mass of oxygen in one liter of water? How many atoms of hydrogen and atoms of oxygen does it contain? What is the mass of one H2O molecule in kilograms?
Why can a harmonic function be used to compute vibrational energy states for a DIATOMIC molecule, and under what conditions are the computed values inaccurate?
When displaced from equilibrium by a small amount, the two hydrogen atoms in an H_2 molecule are acted on by a restoring force F_x = k_1*x with k_1 = 650 N/m. Calculate the oscillation frequency f of the H_2 molecule. Use m_eff = m/2 as the "effective mass" of the system, where m in the mass of a hydrogen atom. Take the mass of
Interstellar space, far from any stars, is filled with a very low density of hydrogen atoms (H, not H_2). The number density is about 1 atom/cm^3 and the temperature is about 3K. A & B) Estimate the pressure in interstellar space. Give your answer in Pa and in atm. C) What is the rms speed of the atoms? D) What is the e
The Speed of Nitrogen Molecules The kinetic theory of gases states that the kinetic energy of a gas is directly proportional to the temperature of the gas. A relationship between the microscopic properties of the gas molecules and the macroscopic properties of the gas can be derived using the following assumptions: • The ga
Please do not place your response in a .pdf or .cdx format, but Word documents are okay. Thanks! Here's the actual problem: 3x10^4 cm^3 of 400 degrees Celsius steam at a pressure of 20.0 atm is cooled until is condenses. What is the volume of the liquid water? Give your answer in cm^3.