Course Policies

·       Course Outline (revised Nov. 21, 2011)

·       Guidelines for Submitting Problem Sets (Sept. 6, 2010)

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·       Double-Slit Experiment (demonstrates wave nature of light)

·       H Energy Levels to Drawn to Scale

Problem Sets

·       Problem Set 1 (due Sept. 12, 2011)

·       Problem Set 2 (due Sept. 19, 2011)

·       Problem Set 3 (due Sept. 28, 2001)

·       Problem Set 4 (due Oct. 10, 2011)

·       Problem Set 5 (due Oct. 17, 2011)

·       Problem Set 6 (due Oct. 26, 2011)

·       Problem Set 7 (due Nov. 9, 2011)

·       Problem Set 8 (due Nov. 21, 2011)

·       Problem Set 9 (due Dec. 2, 2011)

·       Problem Set 10 (due Dec. 16, 2011)

Problem Set Solutions

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Final Exam Information

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·       Recommended book problems on H emission experiment:
3.49, 3.51, 3.123(a), 3.139

·       Recommended book problems on stoichiometry:
8.53, 8.55 [also calculate the mass of excess reagent left over if the yield had been 100%],
8.68 [assume yield is 100%; answer is included on the solution key to PS 10].

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·       Solution to prior exam problem
[This problem is good practice on the emission concept; however, it is not too realistic
because some of the H atoms may undergo emission to other final states besides n=1.]

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Exam 3 Information

·       Practice problems from textbook:
4.34 (sorry, typo on original assignment) 4.43: see textbook figure on p. 138; atomic radius decreases slightly
across a row due to _______________. [The size stays roughly the same
because the shell number is the same.]
4.53, 4.59, 4.99 [note all these ions have the same exact electron configuration], 4.111

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·       More practice problems:
6.29, 6.31, 6.35, 6.57
7.7, 7.9, 7.11 (b,c)
Predict the molecular geometry for items b, c, and h on Problem Set 9.

·       Exam 3 Solutions

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Exam 1 Information

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·       Exam 1 Solutions