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Chapter 43 Solutions

43.1

(a)

F

=

q

2

4

π

e

0

r

2

=

(1.60

×

10

−

19

)

2

(8.99

×

10

9

)(5.00

×

10

−

10

)

2

N

=

0.92110 N

9

×

−

toward the other ion.(b)

U

=−

q

2

4

π

e

0

r

= −

(1.60

×

10

−

19

)

2

(8.99

×

10

9

)5.00

×

10

−

10

J

≈

– 2.88 eV

*43.2

We are told K

+

Cl

+

0.7 eV

→

K

+

+

Cl

−

and Cl

+

e

−

→

Cl

−

+

3.6 eVor Cl

−

→

Cl

+

e

−

−

3.6 eVBy substitution, K

+

Cl

+

0.7 eV

→

K

+

+

Cl

+

e

−

−

3.6 eV K

+

4.3 eV

→

K

+

+

e

−

or the ionization energy of potassium is 4.3 eV

43.3

(a)Minimum energy of the molecule is found from

dU dr

= −

12

Ar

−

13

+

6

Br

−

7

=

0, yielding

r

0

=

2

A B

16

(b)

E

=

U

r

= ∞

−

U

r

=

r

0

=

0

−

A

4

A

2

B

2

−

B

2

AB

= −

14

−

12

B

2

A

=

B

2

4

A

This is also the equal to the binding energy, the amount of energy given up by the two atomsas they come together to form a molecule.(c)

r

0

=

20.124

×

10

−

120

eV

⋅

m

12

( )

1.488

×

10

−

60

eV

⋅

m

6

16

=

7.42

×

10

−

11

m

=

74.2 pm

E

=

1.488

×

10

−

60

eV

⋅

m

6

( )

2

40.124

×

10

−

120

eV

⋅

m

12

( )

=

4.46 eV

*43.4

At the boiling or condensation temperature,

k

B

T

≈

10

−

3

eV

=

10

−

3

1.6

×

10

−

19

J

( )

T

≈

1.6

×

10

−

22

J1.38

×

10

−

23

JK~10 K

546

Chapter 43 Solutions

43.5

µ

=

m

1

m

2

m

1

+

m

2

=132.9(126.9)132.9+126.91.66

×

10

−

27

kg

( )

=1.08

×

10

−

25

kg

I

=

µ

r

2

=

(1.08

×

10

−

25

kg)(0.127

×

10

−

9

m)

2

=1.74

×

10

−

45

kg

⋅

m

2

(a)

E

=

12

I

ω

2

=(

I

ω

)

2

2

I

=

J

(

J

+1)

h

2

2

I

J

= 0 gives

E

= 0

J

= 1 gives

E

=

h

2

I

=(6.626

×

10

−

34

J

⋅

s)

2

4

π

2

(1.74

×

10

−

45

kg

⋅

m

2

) =6.41

×

10

−

24

J= 40.0

µ

eV

hf

=

6.41

×

10

−

24

J

−

0to

f

= 9.66

×

10

9

Hz(b)

f

=

E

1

h

=

h

2

hI

=

h

4

π

2

µ

r

2

∝

r

−

2

If

r

is 10% too small,

f

is 20% too large.

43.6

hf

= ∆

E

=

h

2

2

I

22

+

1

( )

[ ]

−

h

2

2

I

11

+

1

( )

[ ]

=

h

2

2

I

4

( )

I

=

4

h

2

π

( )

2

2

hf

=

h

2

π

2

f

=

6.626

×

10

−

34

J

⋅

s2

π

2

2.30

×

10

11

Hz

( )

=

1.46

×

10

−

46

kg

⋅

m

2

43.7

For the HCl molecule in the

J

= 1 rotational energy level, we are given

r

0

=

0.1275 nm.

E

rot

=

h

2

2

I J

(

J

+

1)Taking

J

= 1, we have

E

rot

=

h

2

I

=

12

I

ω

2

or

ω

=

2

h

2

I

2

=

2

h

I

The moment of inertia of the molecule is given by Equation 43.3.

I

=

µ

r

02

=

m

1

m

2

m

1

+

m

2

r

02

I

=

(1 u)(35 u)1 u + 35 u

r

02

=

(0.972 u)(1.66

×

10

−

27

kg/u)(1.275

×

10

−

10

m)

2

=

2.62

×

10

−

47

kg

⋅

m

2

Therefore,

ω

=

2

h

I

=

21.055

×

10

−

34

J

⋅

s2.62

×

10

−

47

kg

⋅

m

2

=

5.69

×

10

12

rad/s

Chapter 43 Solutions

547

© 2000 by Harcourt, Inc. All rights reserved.

Goal Solution

An HCl molecule is excited to its first rotational-energy level, corresponding to

J

=

1. If the distancebetween its nuclei is 0.127

5 nm, what is the angular speed of the molecule about its center of mass?

G

:

For a system as small as a molecule, we can expect the angular speed to be much faster than the fewrad/s typical of everyday objects we encounter.

O

:

The rotational energy is given by the angular momentum quantum number,

J

. The angular speedcan be calculated from this kinetic rotational energy and the moment of inertia of this one-dimensional molecule.

A

:

For the HCl molecule in the

J

=

1 rotational energy level, we are given

r

0

=

0.1275 nm.

E

rot

=

h

2

I

J J

+

1

( )

so with

J

=

1,

E

rot

=

h

2

I

=

12

I

ω

2

and

ω

=

2

h

2

I

2

=

h

2

I

The moment of inertia of the molecule is given by:

I

=

µ

r

02

=

m

1

m

2

m

1

+

m

2

r

02

=

(1 u)(35 u)1 u + 35 u

r

02

I

=

(0.972 u)(1.66

×

10

-27

kg/u)(1.275

×

10

-10

m)

2

=

2.62

×

10

−

47

kg

⋅

m

2

Therefore, 21.055

×

10

−

34

J

⋅

s2.62

×

10

-47

kg

⋅

m

2

=

5.69

×

10

12

rad/s

L:

This angular speed is more than a billion times faster than the spin rate of a music CD, which rotatesat 200 to 500 revolutions per minute, or

ω

=

20 rad/s to 50 rad/s.

43.8

I

=

m

1

r

12

+

m

2

r

22

where

m

1

r

1

=

m

2

r

2

and

r

1

+

r

2

=

r

Then

r

1

=

m

2

r

2

m

1

so

m

2

r

2

m

1

+

r

2

=

r

and

r

2

=

m

1

r m

1

+

m

2

Also,

r

2

=

m

1

r

1

m

2

Thus,

r

1

+

m

1

r

1

m

2

=

r

and

r

1

=

m

2

r m

1

+

m

2

I

=

m

1

m

22

r

2

m

1

+

m

2

( )

2

+

m

2

m

12

r

2

m

1

+

m

2

( )

2

=

m

1

m

2

r

2

m

2

+

m

1

( )

m

1

+

m

2

( )

2

=

m

1

m

2

r

2

m

1

+

m

2

=

µ

r

2

43.9

(a)

µ

=

22.9935.45

( )

22.99

+

35.45

( )

1.66

×

10

−

27

kg

( )

=

2.32

×

10

−

26

kg

I

=

µ

r

2

=

2.32

×

10

−

26

kg

( )

0.280

×

10

−

9

m

( )

2

=

1.81

×

10

−

45

kg

⋅

m

2

(b)

hc

λ

=

h

2

2

I

22

+

1

( )

−

h

2

2

I

11

+

1

( )

=

3

h

2

I

−

h

2

I

=

2

h

2

I

=

2

h

2

4

π

2

I

λ

=

c

4

π

2

I

2

h

=

3.00

×

10

8

m/s

( )

4

π

2

1.81

×

10

−

45

kg

⋅

m

2

( )

26.626

×

10

−

34

J

⋅

s

( )

=

1.62 cm

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