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Problem 130

Given each of the following sets of values for three of the gas variables, calculate the unknown quantity. a. P 1.034 atm; V 21.2 mL; n 0.00432 mol; T ? K b. P ? atm; V 1.73 mL; n 0.000115 mol; T 182 K c. P 1.23 mm Hg; V ? L; n 0.773 mol; T 152 C

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Friday, September 23, 2016 Chemistry, Week 5 6.3: Development of Quantum Theory Behavior in the Microscopic World - p = mv - classical trajectory—typical behavior - when waves interact w/ each other, they show interference patterns not displayed by macroscopic particles - λ = h/mv = h/p • called the de Broglie wavelength • characteristics of particles of other bodies (not electromagnetic radiation) - circular orbit: 2πr = n λ, n = 1, 2, 3… - de Broglie related to wavelength to the momentum and velocity • 2πr = n λ = nh/p = nh/mv = nhr/mvr = nhr/L • also arranged by: L = nh/2π = nh - classical angular momentum L: L = rp = rmv (for a cirulcar motion) - It is fundamentally impossible to determine simultaneously and exactly both the momen

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