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Physical Chemistry

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Publisher: Wadsworth Cengage Learning,
ISBN: 9781133958437
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Physical Chemistry

2nd Edition
Ball + 3 others
Publisher: Wadsworth Cengage Learning,
ISBN: 9781133958437

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Chapter 21, Problem 21.13E
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Prove the relationship in equation 21.3.

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Chapter 21 Solutions

Physical Chemistry
Ch. 21 - Use geometry to determine the largest atom that...Ch. 21 - What is the maximum percentage volume that can be...Ch. 21 - Prove the relationship in equation 21.3.Ch. 21 - Zinc selenide, ZnSe, is a bright-orange compound...Ch. 21 - Pyrite is a gold-colored mineral that is also...Ch. 21 - Talc is a complex silicate mineral having the...Ch. 21 - One form of quartz, SiO2, has a hexagonal unit...Ch. 21 - Speculate on why the hexagonal unit cell is called...Ch. 21 - Table 21.7, listing some unit-cell parameters, has...Ch. 21 - Using the data in Table 21.7, determine the...Ch. 21 - At least 43 of the elements that are composed of...Ch. 21 - Explain why zeroth-order X-ray diffraction does...Ch. 21 - Use geometry to derive a form of Braggs law in...Ch. 21 - Although first-order diffractions might occur at...Ch. 21 - Determine the angle of the first- and second-order...Ch. 21 - Certain X rays generated by bombarding metallic...Ch. 21 - 56Fe crystallizes in a body-centered unit cell...Ch. 21 - For a simple cubic lattice, what Miller indices...Ch. 21 - For a simple cubic lattice, what is the ratio of...Ch. 21 - For face-centered cubic lattice, what are the...Ch. 21 - Because crystals exist in three dimensions, 3-D...Ch. 21 - Consider Figure 21.21. If the lower rightmost...Ch. 21 - Any one plane can be described by more than one...Ch. 21 - The aluminum-nickel alloy AlNi has a simple cubic...Ch. 21 - A powdered sample diffracts X rays (=1.5418A) at...Ch. 21 - The first two signals from a powdered sample has X...Ch. 21 - A crystallographer calculates values of (h2+k2+l2)...Ch. 21 - Predict the angles of diffraction of X rays having...Ch. 21 - Use geometric arguments to illustrate why the...Ch. 21 - Explain why the X-ray diffraction pattern of CuZn,...Ch. 21 - A given X-ray diffraction pattern is composed of...Ch. 21 - Predict the unit cells for the following...Ch. 21 - Predict the unit cells for the following...Ch. 21 - Sulfur, S, has some interesting solid-solid phase...Ch. 21 - Explain why the element carbon does not have a...Ch. 21 - What is the coordination number in the cesium...Ch. 21 - Determine the coordination numbers of the ions in...Ch. 21 - Which solid phase that is, which allotrope of...Ch. 21 - Write the specific chemical reactions whose...Ch. 21 - Explain why lattice energy is considered a form of...Ch. 21 - Write Born-Haber cycles showing the relationship...Ch. 21 - Compare the two-particle coulombic energy of...Ch. 21 - Using the data in Table 21.6, calculate the...Ch. 21 - Using the data in Table 21.6, calculate the...Ch. 21 - The lattice energy for potassium iodide, KI, is...Ch. 21 - The concept of charge density involves the total...Ch. 21 - Lattice energies can also be defined for atomic...Ch. 21 - Studies of crystals of He, Ne, and Ar and so on...Ch. 21 - Solid palladium metal is known to actually absorb...Ch. 21 - Gallium arsenide (GaAs) can also serve as a basis...Ch. 21 - Suggest dopants for GaAs that would yield a a...Ch. 21 - Explain how holes conduct electricity.Ch. 21 - Calculate the volume of the unit cells for the...Ch. 21 - Set up a program or formula to calculate the...

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