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Course Number: CHEM F111

Course Title: General Chemistry

Marks: 10

Tutorial Problem Set 1 (based on Lecture No.s: 1-5 in the course hand out)

Instructions to the student: The following problems should be solved as home assignment

within a week of display. Any one problem will be assigned as a closed book class test in the

following tutorial hour.

Useful data: me = 9.11 x 10-31 kg, h = 6.626 x 10-34 Js , 1 eV = 1.602 x 10-19 J, = 1.055 x 10-34 Js

c = 3.0 x 108 ms-1; 1J = 1 kg m2 s-2

1. (i) Calculate the power radiated (in Watts) by the surface of a cylindrical wire of length 5.0 cm

and radius 0.12 mm that is heated to 3300 K by an electric current. (ii) The energy required for

the ionization of a certain atom is 3.44 aJ (aJ = 10-18 J). The absorption of a photon of unknown

wavelength ionizes the atom and ejects an electron with velocity 1.03 Mm s -1 (1Mm = 106m).

Calculate the wavelength (in nanometer) of the incident radiation.

[5+5]

2. (a) Calculate (i) the energy difference between n = 1 and n = 2 levels for an electron confined

to a one-dimensional box of length 4 . (ii) What wavelength corresponds to a spectral transition

between these levels? (iii) In which region of the electromagnetic spectrum does this wavelength

lie?

[3+2+1]

(b) What is the minimum uncertainty in the position of a bullet of mass 5.0 gm that is known to

have a speed somewhere between 350.00001 ms-1 and 350.00000 ms-1?

[4]

3. (a) An electron is moving in a cyclic ring (i.e., having two-dimensional rotational motion). If

the absorption occurs at a wavelength of 260 nm for a change in rotational level (m) 3 to 4 then

calculate the diameter of the ring (in ).

[3+3]

(b) Which of the following is/are eigen function(s) of d2/dx2 and find the corresponding eigen

value(s). (i) = 8e4x

(ii) = cos(x/4)

[2+2]

4. A electron is confined to a molecule of length of 1 nm (about 5 atoms long). (i) What is its

minimum energy? (ii) What is the minimum excitation from this state? (iii) What is the

probability of finding it in the region of the molecule lying between x = 0 and x = 0.2 nm?

[2+3+5]

5. (a) Starting from Planck's radiation law obtain the Stefan Boltzmann law E = T4, where, E is

the total radiation energy from = 0 to = , that is

[5]

E = E d = T4.

(b) What is the speed and de Broglie wavelength of an electron that has been accelerated by a

potential difference of 500 V.

[3+2]

6. (a) Planck's radiation distribution law successfully explains the nature of the curve obtained by

plotting energy density against the wavelength emitted by black-body. Explain. (b) Can Planck's

radiation distribution law ever reach to the experimental observation of Wien? Justify.

[6+4]

7. (a) What is the de Broglie wavelength of an electron moving at 1/137th the speed of light?

(b) What is the minimum uncertainty in the velocity of an electron if the uncertainty in its

position is 100 pm? Comment on whether further precision of measurement is possible by more

sophisticated instrumental techniques.

[3+4+3]

8. (a) Obtain an expression for the translational energies that N2 molecules could have if they

were confined to a straight line segment 10 cm long. (b) Obtain the number of degenerate states

associated for energy level 14[h2/(8ml2)] for particles of mass m in a cubic container (mass of the

particle = m; side of the cubic box is of length l). Identify those states. (c) The probability of

finding a pendulum in the classically forbidden region is completely negligible. Provide the

reason.

[5+3+2]

9. (a) Which of the following operator combinations would yield eigenvalue equations? What are

the eigenvalues of the eigenfunctions. (i)

(ii)

[5+5]

sin

in the range x = 0 to

1. Find out the probability that the electron is in the middle half of the range, from x = 0.25 to

0.75. (b) Show that the above wavefunction is normalized in the range, x = 0 to 1.

[5+5]

11. (a) -Carotenes has a maximum absorption of light occurs at 480 nm. If this transition

corresponds to n =11 to n = 12 transition of an electron in a particle-in-a-box system, what is the

approximate length of the molecular box?

[5]

(b) Treat a rotating HI molecule as a stationary I atom around which an H atom circulates in a

plane at a distance of 161 pm. Calculate (i) the moment of inertia of the molecule, (ii) the greatest

wavelength of the radiation that can excite the molecule into rotation.

[5]

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