 40.40.1: Estimate the binding energy of a KC1 molecule by calculatingthe ele...
 40.40.2: The measured binding energy of KC1 is 4.43 eV. Fromthe result of 1,...
 40.40.3: Estimate the binding energy of the H2 molecule,assuming the two H n...
 40.40.4: The equilibrium distance r0 between two atoms in amolecule is calle...
 40.40.5: Estimate the energy associated with the repulsion of theelectron sh...
 40.40.6: Binding energies are often measured experimentally inkcal per mole,...
 40.40.7: (a) Apply reasoning similar to that in the text for the5 = 0 and 5 ...
 40.40.8: Show that the quantity h2/1 has units of energy.
 40.40.9: What is the reduced mass of the molecules (a) KC1;0b) 0 2; (c) HC1?
 40.40.10: (a) Calculate the characteristic rotational energy, h2/ 21,for the ...
 40.40.11: The characteristic rotational energy, h2/2 I , for N2 is2.48 X 10 4...
 40.40.12: Estimate the longest wavelength emitted by a lithiumhydride (LiH ) ...
 40.40.13: The equilibrium separation of H atoms in the H 2molecule is 0.074 n...
 40.40.14: Explain why there is no transition for AE = h f inFig. 4021 (and F...
 40.40.15: The fundamental vibration frequency for the COmolecule is 6.42 X 10...
 40.40.16: L i and Br form a molecule for which the lowestvibrational frequenc...
 40.40.17: Calculate the bond length for the NaCl molecule giventhat three suc...
 40.40.18: (a) Use the curve of Fig. 4018 to estimate the stiffnessconstant k...
 40.40.19: Imagine the two atoms of a diatomic molecule as if theywere connect...
 40.40.20: Estimate the ionic cohesive energy for NaCl takinga = 1.75, ra = 8 ...
 40.40.21: Common salt, NaCl, has a density of 2.165 g/cm3. Themolecular weigh...
 40.40.22: Repeat the previous KC1 whose density is1.99 g/cm3.
 40.40.23: The spacing between nearest neighbor Na and Cl ionsin a NaCl crysta...
 40.40.24: For a long onedimensional chain of alternatingpositive and negativ...
 40.40.25: (a) Starting from Eq. 409, show that the ionic cohesiveenergy is g...
 40.40.26: Estimate the number of possible electron states in a1.00cm3 cube o...
 40.40.27: Estimate the number of states between 7.00 eV and7.05 eV that are a...
 40.40.28: What, roughly, is the ratio of the density of molecules inan ideal ...
 40.40.29: What, roughly, is the ratio of the density of molecules inan ideal ...
 40.40.30: Calculate the energy which has 15.0% occupancyprobability for coppe...
 40.40.31: What is the occupancy probability for a conductionelectron in coppe...
 40.40.32: The atoms in zinc metal (p = 7.1 X 103 kg/m3) each havetwo free ele...
 40.40.33: Calculate the Fermi energy and Fermi speed forsodium, which has a d...
 40.40.34: Given that the Fermi energy of aluminum is 11.63 eV,(a) calculate t...
 40.40.35: Show that the average energy o f conduction electronsin a metal at ...
 40.40.36: The neutrons in a neutron star (Chapter 44) can betreated as a Ferm...
 40.40.37: For a onedimensional potential well of width i, startwith Eq. 381...
 40.40.38: Show that the probability for the state at the Fermi energybeing oc...
 40.40.39: A very simple model of a onedimensional metalconsists of N electro...
 40.40.40: (a) For copper at room temperature (T = 293 K),calculate the Fermi ...
 40.40.41: Proceed as follows to derive the density of states, g (E ),the numb...
 40.40.42: A semiconductor is struck by light of slowly increasingfrequency an...
 40.40.43: Calculate the longestwavelength photon that can causean electron i...
 40.40.44: The energy gap between valence and conduction bandsin germanium is ...
 40.40.45: We saw that there are 2N possible electron states in the35 band of ...
 40.40.46: The energy gap Eg in germanium is 0.72 eV. When usedas a photon det...
 40.40.47: Suppose that a silicon semiconductor is doped withphosphorus so tha...
 40.40.48: A t what wavelength w ill an LED radiate if made from amaterial wit...
 40.40.49: If an LED emits light of wavelength A = 680 nm, what isthe energy g...
 40.40.50: A silicon diode, whose currentvoltage characteristicsare given in ...
 40.40.51: Suppose that the diode of Fig. 4038 is connected inseries to a 150...
 40.40.52: Sketch the resistance as a function of current, forV > 0, for the d...
 40.40.53: An ac voltage of 120 V rms is to be rectified. Estimatevery roughly...
 40.40.54: A semiconductor diode laser emits 1.3/xm light.Assuming that the l...
 40.40.55: A silicon diode passes significant current only if theforwardbias ...
 40.40.56: A 120V rms 60Hz voltage is to be rectified with afullwave rectif...
 40.40.57: I f the current gain of the transistor amplifier inFig. 4043 is (3...
 40.40.58: Suppose that the current gain of the transistor inFig. 4043 is /3 ...
 40.40.59: An amplifier has a voltage gain of 65 and a 25k fl load(output) re...
 40.40.60: A transistor, whose current gain /3 = zc/zB = 75, isconnected as in...
 40.40.61: From Fig. 4043, write an equation for the relationshipbetween the ...
 40.40.62: Use the uncertainty principle to estimate the binding energyof the ...
 40.40.63: The average translational kinetic energy of an atom ormolecule is a...
 40.40.64: In the ionic salt KF, the separation distance between ions isabout ...
 40.40.65: A diatomic molecule is found to have an activation energy of1.4 eV....
 40.40.66: One possible form for the potential energy (U) of a diatomicmolecul...
 40.40.67: The fundamental vibration frequency for the HC1 moleculeis 8 . 6 6 ...
 40.40.68: For H 2, estimate how many rotational states there arebetween vibra...
 40.40.69: Explain, using the Boltzmann factor (Eq. 3916), why theheights of ...
 40.40.70: The rotational absorption spectrum of a molecule displayspeaks abou...
 40.40.71: A TV remote control emits IR light. I f the detector on theTV set i...
 40.40.72: Do we need to consider quantum effects for everydayrotating objects...
 40.40.73: Consider a monatomic solid with a weakly bound cubiclattice, with e...
 40.40.74: The energy gap between valence and conduction bands inzinc sulfide ...
 40.40.75: When EM radiation is incident on diamond, it is found thatlight wit...
 40.40.76: The Fermi temperature TF is defined as that temperature atwhich the...
 40.40.77: Estimate the number of states from 4.0 eV to 6.2 eVavailable to ele...
 40.40.78: The band gap of silicon is 1.14 eV. (a) For what range of wavelengt...
 40.40.79: For a certain semiconductor, the longest wavelength radiationthat c...
 40.40.80: Assume conduction electrons in a semiconductor behave as anideal ga...
 40.40.81: Most of the Suns radiation has wavelengths shorter than1100 nm. For...
 40.40.82: Green and blue LEDs became available many years afterred LEDs were ...
 40.40.83: For an arsenic donor atom in a doped silicon semiconductor,assume t...
 40.40.84: A strip of silicon 1.8 cm wide and 1.0 mm thick is immersedin a mag...
 40.40.85: A zener diode voltage regulator is shown in Fig. 4048.Suppose that...
 40.40.86: A fullwave rectifier (Fig. 4040) uses two diodes to rectify a95V...
 40.40.87: Write a program that will determine the FermiDiracprobability func...
 40.40.88: A simple picture of an H2 molecule sharing two electronsis shown in...
 40.40.89: Estimate the current produced per cm2 of area in a flatsilicon semi...
Solutions for Chapter 40: Molecules and Solids
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ISBN: 9780131495081
Solutions for Chapter 40: Molecules and Solids
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