# SUNY ESF

FCH 361 - Physical Chemistry II

## Kinetics

- JPL Data Evaluation #19 - Chemical Kinetics and Photchemical Data for Use in Atmospheric Studies
- Kintecus -an easy-to-learn way to simulate kinetics in well-mixed systems

## Quantum Mechanics

- Rotation-vibrational spectrum of HCl and HCl and DCl
- Molecular Orbitals and PhotoElectron Spectroscopy
- Applets for Physical Chemistry – from R. K. Thomas of Oxford University

MOs of CH4 - Does sp3 hybridization show up in MOs of CH4? - Figure 3.

Illustration of spherical polar coordinates

Equations for the Radial wave function of a one-electron atom - Note that it is more general to use the value of a (which depends on the reduced mass) rather than a0 (the Bohr radius, which approximates the reduced mass as the electron mass).

## Contents

- Syllabus - The most valuable information may not be in the text or your notes!
- Schedules with assignments corresponding to the Eight Edition and Ninth Edition of the textbook.
- Additional Information - Learning resources and links to useful information
- Homework - Exercises and graded Problems.

## Additional Information

### General Links and Resources

- Advice and Information about Exams - Important!

### Kinetics

- JPL Data Evaluation #19 - Chemical Kinetics and Photchemical Data for Use in Atmospheric Studies
- Consecutive Reactions worksheet and Consecutive Reactions pdf file - PDF file showing variants of Figure on concentrations versus time for consecutive
elementary reactions for three ratios of k
_{a}/k_{b}and with ka fixed at 10^{3}s^{-1}. This is for the reaction scheme with the elementary reactions:

A -> I with rate constant k_{A}

I -> Products with rate constant k_{B} - Steady State Approximation for H
^{2}+ Br^{2}Reaction - PDF file which justifies the very strange rate law for the H_{2}+ Br_{2}reaction. - Concentration versus time for 4 scenaries of the system A = B -> C - Using Kintecus. Created by TSD.

## Quantum Mechanics

- Planck Distribution at two temperatures - Excel spreadsheet and Graph by TSD
- Transmission Coefficient for a square potential barrier - Excel spreadsheet by TSD
- Animations and explanations for tunneling and quantum scattering - copyright Leon van Dommelen at FSU
- Lecture notes from Grant Ritchie
- Rotation-vibrational spectrum of HCl and HCl and DCl
- Illustrations of the integrand for computing the transition dipole moment for Δn=+2 for a particle in a 1-D box
- Molecular Orbitals and PhotoElectron Spectroscopy
- MOs of CH4 - Does sp3 hybridization show up in MOs of CH4?
- Figures showing the Rydberg series for Hydrogen atom: Figure 1, Figure 2, and Figure 3.
- Illustration of spherical polar coordinates
- Equations for the Radial wave function of a one-electron atom - Note that it is more general to use the value of a (which depends on the reduced mass) rather than a0 (the Bohr radius, which approximates the reduced mass as the electron mass).

## Homework

- Homework#1: Do the
*Exercises*to prepare you for the graded*Problems.*Ansers to*Exercises*are usually posted to Blackboard about the same time as the*Exercises*appear here. You will need the following Excel file. - Homework#2
- Homework#3: Revised February 14, 2020
- Homework#4
- Homework#5: Revised Thursday, March 12 at 3:30 p.m.
- Homework#6
- Homework#7
- Homework#8: You will need this Excel file