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2017 Final Exam solutions are posted below under "Exam  Solutions 2017"

Exam 4 Solutions posted below

Link to Blank 2017 Final Exam

Solutions to 2017 Final were misplaced but will be posted soon

Exam 4 Solutions are posted below

Homework #7 solutions posted below

Objectives for Exam 4 posted as Handout #12 below

Homework #6 solutions posted below

Graded HW 6 and 7 are hanging on the door of my office 55 CBB

Please bring your Exam #2 to class. (The scores must be rerecorded)

Homework #6 is posted below (Due Tue, Nov 20, 9 am)

Exam 3 Solutions are posted below

Change in Office Hours today: 11:30-12,  1-4

HW#4 Solutions are posted below 9:30 Thur 8nov

HW#5 Solutions are posted below

Objectives for Exam 3 are posted

Office Hours today Mon Nov5 10-12 ,1-3,  4:15-5

***Attention: Homework #5 is NOW due Mon AT 5 PM, Room 56 CBB** 

Lec. 30,p.8 typo corrected

Typos in  on HW #5 fixed Tue ~10:45 am

Homework #5 is due Mon, Nov. 5, NOT this Fri

Homework #5 is posted as Handout #7 below

Office Hours today, Thur 25oct  9:15-12; 2:30-5 

Updated version of HW#4 posted:  Has changes noted below and better notation in prob. 4.

Updates on HW #4:

Problem #1. HCl(aq) instead of HCl(l)

Problem #5. It is supposed to be a HOT spring, not a how spring, and

the temperature is 60 oC.

Homework #4 is posted as Handout #6 below

Solutions for HW3 are now posted (9:41am 11oct)

NOTE: Solutions for Exam 2 2017 were corrected this Thur. Oct11 5:50 am

10Oct 9 pm CHANGE in Office hours: 9:10-9:40, 2-5

9Oct 10:05 Objectives for Exam 2 are posted as Handout #5

Thursday: Review in class;  Office hours NOTE Change:

Office hours on Wed are possible by appointments anytime except 11-1 

5oct 10 pm: Updated Homework #2 (Prob. S1(e) is posted under "Exam and HW Solutions 2018"

5oct18: HW #3 is now due on TUESDAY

3oct18 11:30 am:  Homework #2 Solutions are posted under "Exam and HW Solutions 2018"

2oct18 12:10 pm:  Homework #3 is posted Handout #4 below

30sep18 2:48 pm: There were difficulties posting Lecture 17 today.  If you downloaded it before about 2:35, it may been the wrong file or the right one with a bad slide.  What has been there since 2:40 is corrected.

OFFICE HOURS 55 CBB: Thur. 27Sep.18:    9:15-10, 11:30-12,  2:30-5:00

Wed 26Sep. HW2, Prob S1: Treat ethanol(gas) as ideal. Ethanol is like water, but with different numbers.

Updated Handout #3 HW2  updated again: today 24sep18 10:50 AM

OFFICE HOURS Monday 17Sep.: Virtually all day except 12-1: Details to be established during class Mon.

Solutions for HW#1 posted

Objectives for Exam 1 are posted as Handout #2 below

 

Handouts 2018

 

 

Exam and Homework Solutions 2018

Exam 1 Solutions
HW 1 Solutions
HW 2 Solutions updated 5oct18
HW 3 Solutions
HW 4 Solutions
HW 5 Solutions
Exam 2 Solutions
Exam 3 Solutions
HW 6 Solutions
HW 7 Solutions
Exam 4 Solutions

Lectures 2018

Lec 1 Mon 27aug18 Course Introduction
Lec 2 Tue  28aug18 System, Surroundings, Universe, Heat vs. Work
Lec 3 Thur 30aug18 Bio-work; Calculating work and pressure.
Lec 4  Fri   31aug18 Heat Capacity; Ideal gas Kinetic Energy vs. Temperature
Lec 5 Tue  4sep18 State, State functions, reversible vs. irreversible paths 
Lec 6 Thur  6sep18  Reversible Isothermal expansion; Work from KE of molecules; Enthalpy;Cp
Lec 7 Fri     7sep18  Cp;  Chemical Reactions; Heats of formation; Standard States; Hesses Law; Bond Enthalpies
Lec 8 Mon 10sep18  Homework help; Partial Pressure; Vapor Pressure
Lec 9 Tue 11sep18  Boiling in detail; more Vapor Pressure; Intro 2nd Law and Carnot Cycle
Lec 10 Thur 13sep18  Heat Pump vs. Heat Engine; calculating entropy: dS = dqrev/T
Lec 11 Fri  14sep18  Using 2nd Law; 3rd Law&Molecular Interpretation
Lec 12 Thur 21sep17  "Free" Energy Functions; The Fundamental Equation
Lec 13 Fri 22sep17 Partial Derivatives I: G vs T and P
Lec 14 Mon 24sep18 Partial Derivatives II
Lec 15 Tue 26sep17 Non-covalent "reactions", proteins
Lec 16 Thur 27sep18 More proteins; DNA;chemical potential; Gibbs energy of reactions and equilibr
 Lec 17 Fri  28sep18 Qualitative and Quantitative LeChatelier; Units of Q; Finding Keq
Lec 18 Mon  1oct18 The Real Q; Activity; activity coef; Biol. Standard state; Temperature Dependence of Keq:Van't Hoff 
Lec 19 Tue  2oct18  More Activity,Van't Hoff; duplex DNA association/dissociation; Buffers
Lec 20 Thur 4oct18 Boltzmann Distribution=Gibbs Keq; Equipartition Principle; Heat Capacity and Quantum Mech.
Lec 21 Fri 5oct18 Hesses Law for Table 4.3; Overview of energy in biology; Electrochem. I
Lec 22 Mon 8oct18 Electrochem II:Finding E0 and delta G0 for a reaction;Nernst Eq.
Lec 23 Tue 9oct18 Intro to Phase Equilibria; Solvent transfers
Lec 24 Mon 15oct18 Vapor Pressure vs T; Solute Transfers:Henry's Law
Lec 25 Tue 16Oct 18: Phase Rule;Partition coefficients;
Lec 26 Thur 18Oct18 Surface Tension, Hydrophobic Effect;Membranes; Transmembrane equilibria; Na+,K+ pumping
Lec 27 Fri 19Oct18 Colligative Properties
Lec 28 Mon 22Oct18: Colligative II:Osmotic Press; Molecular Speeds:Magnitude and Distribution
Lec 29 Tue  23Oct18: Collision rates;Mean free path; Diffusion and Frictional Coef.
Lec 30 Thur 25Oct18 Sedimentation; Viscosity;
Lec 31 Fri 26Oct18 Protein Electrophoresis
Lec 32 Mon 29Oct18 DNA Electrophoresis; Kinetics I
Lec 33 Tue 30Oct18 More First Order; Mechanisms;TemperatureDependence;Diffusion Controlled
Lec 34 Thur 1Nov18 Photochemistry; Enzymes I
Lec 35 Fri 2Nov18 Enzyme kinetics II; Electrostatics
Lec 36 Mon 5Nov18 Light; Beers Law; Protein UV
Lec 37 Tue 13nov18 Beer's Law; Fluorescence I;Jablonski, Kasha'sRule; Lifetime; Quenching; Phosphorescence;FRET I
Lec 38 Thur 15nov18 Resonance;FRET; DNA Hypochromism; single molecule fluorescence; vision;CD;
Lec 39 Fri 16nov18 Vibrational spectroscopy; NMR I
Lec 40 Mon 19nov18 NMR II; MRI I
Lec 41 Tue 20nov18 Understanding NMR with Boltzmann and Quantum mechanics
Lec 42 Mon 26nov18 More pulsed NMR; Intro to Quantum Mechanics; Quantum Concepts
Lec 43 Tue 27nov18 Quantum Concepts, wave nature of particles;BlueSkies-RedSunsets
Lec 44 Mon 3dec18 Climate Science
Lec 45 Thur 6dec18 Review 1
Lec 46 Thur 7dec18 Review 2

 

Reading Assignments 2018

Chapter 2. See Handout #1 (Syllabus)

Chapter 3.
Lectures 9-10 Tues.,Thurs   Sept. 12 and 14:  pp 55-61
Lecture 11  Fri 15sep17  pp 62-71
Lecture 12   Thur.  21sep17: pp72-75
Lecture 13   Fri.  22sep17: pp 75-80(top half)
Lecture 14   Mon. 25sep17 pp 87-90(Partial Derivatives)
Lecture 15   Tue. 26sep17 pp 80-87(Non-Covalent “Reactions”)

 Chapter 4.
Lecture 16   Thur: 27sep18 pp 101-104 Gibbs Energy
Lecture 17    Fri.   28sep18  pp 104(bottom)-107 Gibbs Energy and Kequil
Lecture 18    Mon.  1oct18     pp 108(bottom)-119 (Non-ideal gases, activity, standard states, biochemical standard state)
Lecture 19    Tue.   2oct18     pp 126(bottom)-129 (Kequil vs. T;; 140(bottom)-142 (DNA melting T); 133-134 ( buffer

Chapter 5.
Lecture 20    Thur.  4oct18     pp 162,191 Boltzmann distribution; p 24 equipartition, quantum effects on heat capacity
Lecture 21    Fri.     5oct18 pp 135-138 Thermo. of metabolism;Chapter 7241-242 Electrochem. cells and work

Chapter 7

Lecture 22   Mon.  8oct18 pp 243-247 Standard reduction potentials, free energies, and Nernst equation.

 

 

Reading Assignments 2017

Chapter 3.
Lectures 9-10 Tues.,Thurs   Sept. 12 and 14:  pp 55-61
Lecture 11  Fri 15sep17  pp 62-71
Lecture 12   Thur.  21sep17: pp72-75
Lecture 13   Fri.  22sep17: pp 75-80(top half)
Lecture 14   Mon. 25sep17 pp 87-90(Partial Derivatives)
Lecture 15   Tue. 26sep17 pp 80-87(Non-Covalent “Reactions”)

Chapter 4.
Lecture 16   Thur: 28sep17 pp 101-104 Gibbs Energy
Lecture 17    Fri.   29sep17  pp 104(bottom)-107 Gibbs Energy and Kequil
Lecture 18    Mon.  2oct17     pp 108(bottom)-119 (Non-ideal gases, activity, standard states, biochemical standard state)
Lecture 19    Tue.   3oct17     pp 126(bottom)-129 (Kequil vs. T;; 140(bottom)-142 (DNA melting T); 133-134 ( buffers)

Chapter 5.
Lecture 20    Thur.  5oct17     pp 162,191 Boltzmann distribution; p 24 equipartition, quantum effects on heat capacity
Lecture 21    Fri.     6oct17 pp 135-138 Thermo. of metabolism;Chapter 7241-242 Electrochem. cells and work

Chapter 7

Lecture 22   Mon.  9oct17 pp 243-247 Standard reduction potentials, free energies, and Nernst equation.

Chapter 6
Lecture 23   Tue.  10oct17 196-204 Phase equilibria I
Lecture 24   Mon Oct 16: pp 200(bottom)-207 Vapor Pressure vs T; Solute Transfers:Henry's Law
Lecture 25  Tue    Oct 17: p200 Phase Rule;pp207-213 Partition coefficients; Scatchard Plots;Hill coef.
Lecture 26  Thur  Oct 19: pp214-224; Surface Tension, Hydrophobic Effect;Membranes;
Oct 19: Ch. 7pp247-252 Transmembrane equilibria; Na+,K+ pumping
Lecture 27  Fri      Oct 20: pp248-252 Colligative properties

Chapter 8

Lecture 28  Mon  Oct 23: Ch 8: pp 252-156 Maxwell Boltzmann (optional); pp264-268:Ave speed;collisions per second;mean free path.
Lecture 29 Tue   Oct 24:   pp 269-76 Diffusion and Frictional Coef.:
Lecture 30 Thur Oct 26:  pp 285-287, 292-294: Viscosity, pp278-281, 283:Sedimentation 
Lecture 31 Fri    Oct 27:   pp 292-294: Protein Electrophoresis
Lecture 32 Mon Oct 30:  pp 288-291: DNA Electrophoresis and sequencing
Chapter 9Lecture 33 Tue Oct 31:  pp 305-316 First order kinetics; 327-329;337-338: Mechanisms; 333bottom-335:Microscopic reversibility;
pp 338-340:Temperature Dependence
Lecture 34  Thur Nov 2 pp354-355: Diffusion controlled reactions; pp 358-363: Photochemistry;
Chapter 10 pp 378-381: Enzymes I
Lecture 35  Fri  Nov 3 pp 382-385: Enzymes II; Chapter 12  466-469: Electrostatics; Chapter 13 pp 489-493:Light I
Lecture 36  Mon  Nov 6 pp 382-385: Enzymes III; Chapter 13 pp 489-502:Light-molecule interactions and Beer-Lambert Law
Tue Nov.6 Review for Exam 3 (which is on THURSDAY, NOV 9)
Thur Nov. 9 EXAM 3
Friday Nov. 10 Veterans Day Holiday (classes don't meet)
Lecture 37  Mon  Nov 13 pp 502-519 Protein & DNA UV spectra; DNA Hypochromism; Fluorescence; Lifetime; Quenching; FRET;  Single-molecule fluorescence
Lecture 38  Tue  Nov  14 pp 520-525: CD;
Lecture 39  Thur Nov 16  pp 526-530  Vibrational spectroscopy; Chapter 14 pp 539-543: NMR
Lecture 40  Fri     Nov 17  pp 544-548: NMR spectrum and Chemical shifts; pp 562(bottom)-566 MRI

Lecture 41  Mon Nov 20 Review MRI for HW problem; then back to pp 542, 544-546 with Boltzmann and quantum ideas

Lecture 42 Tue   Nov 21

Lectures 2017

Lec 1 Mon 28aug17 Course Introduction
Lec 2 Tue  29aug17 System, Surroundings, Universe, Heat vs. Work
Lec 3 Thur 31sep17 Bio-work; Calculating work and pressure.
Lec 4  Fri   1sep17 Heat Capacity; Ideal gas Kinetic Energy vs. Temperature
Lec 5 Tue  5sep17 State, State functions, reversible vs. irreversible paths 
Lec 6 Thur  7sep17  Microscopic : Work from KE of molecules; Equations of State; Enthalpy
Lec 7 Fri     8sep17  Cp;  Chemical Reactions; Heats of formation; Standard States; Hesses Law; Bond Enthalpies
Lec 8 Mon 11sep17  Homework help; Partial Pressure; Vapor Pressure
Lec 9 Tue 12sep17  Boiling in detail; more Vapor Pressure; Intro 2nd Law and Carnot Cycle
Lec 10 Thur 14sep17  Heat Pump vs. Heat Engine; calculating entropy: dS = dqrev/T
Lec 11 Fri  15sep17  Using 2nd Law; 3rd Law&Molecular Interpretation
Lec 12 Thur 21sep17  "Free" Energy Functions; The Fundamental Equation
Lec 13 Fri 22sep17 Partial Derivatives I: G vs T and P
Lec 14 Mon 25sep17 Partial Derivatives II
Lec 15 Tue 26sep17 Non-covalent "reactions", proteins, and DNA 
Lec 16 Thur 28sep17 More proteins; DNA;chemical potential; Gibbs energy of reactions and equilibrium
Lec 17 Fri  29sep17 Qualitative and Quantitative LeChatelier; Units of Q; Finding Keq
Lec 18 Mon  2oct17 The Real Q; Activity; activity coef; Biol. Standard state; Temperature Dependence of Keq:Van't Hoff 
Lec 19 Tue  3oct17  duplex DNA association/dissociation; Buffers
Lec 20 Thur 5oct17  Boltzmann distribution and Keq from Gibbs; Equipartion,Quantum Mech. and Heat Capacity
Lec 21 Fri     6oct17  Hesses Law for Table 4.3; Overview of energy in biology; Electrochem. I
Lec 22 Mon 9oct17  Electrochem II:Finding E0 and delta G0 for a reaction.
Lec 23 Tue  10oct17 Intro to Phase Equilibria; Solvent transfers
-------    Thur 12oct17 Review for Exam 2
Lec 24 Mon 16oct17 Vapor Pressure vs T; Solute Transfers:Henry's Law
Lec 25 Tue   17Oct 17: Phase Rule;Partition coefficients; Scatchard Plots;Hill coef.;lipids
Lec 26 Thur 19Oct17 Surface Tension, Hydrophobic Effect;Membranes; Transmembrane equilibria; Na+,K+ pumping
Lec 27  Fri   20Oct17 Colligative Properties
Lec 28 Mon 23Oct17 Kinetic Theory of Gases; Molecular Speeds, Collision rates; Mean Free Path  
Lec 28 Mon 23oct17 Maxwell -Boltzmann; Ave. speed; collisions per second; mean free pathLec 29 Tue  24oct17 Mean free path; Diffusion and Frictional Coef.
Lec 30 Thur 26Oct17 Sedimentation; Viscosity;
Lec 31 Fri  27Oct17 Protein Electrophoresis
Lec 32 Mon 30Oct17 DNA Electrophoresis; Kinetics I
Lec 33 Tue  31Oct17 First Order; Mechanisms; MicroscopicReversibility;TemperatureDependence;Diffusion Controled;
Lec 34 Thur 2Nov17 Photochemistry; Enzymes I
Lec 35 Fri  3Nov17 Enzyme kinetics II; Electrostatics
Lec 36 Mon 6Nov17 Enzyme-Electrostatics; Light I
Lec 37  Mon  13nov17 Protein UV; Beer's Law; Fluorescence I; Lifetime; Quenching; Phosphorescence
Lec 38  Tue   14nov17 DNA Hypochromism; single molecule fluorescence; FRET; vision;CD;
Lec 39  Thur  16nov17 Vibrational spectroscopy; NMR I
Lec 40  Fri     17nov17 NMR II;  MRI I
Lec 41  Mon  20nov17 Review MRI; Understanding NMR with Boltzmann and Quantum mechanics
Lec 42  Tue   21nov17 More pulsed NMR; Intro to Quantum Mechanics
Lec 43 Mon  27nov17 Quantum Concepts, wave nature of particles
Lec 44 Tue   28nov 17 Climate Science I
Lec 45 Mon   4Dec17  Climate Science II
Lec 46 Thur  7Dec17 Review 1
Lec 47 Fri      8Dec17 Review 2

Handouts 2017

 

Exam  Solutions 2017
Exam#1 Solutions
Exam#2 Solutions
Exam #3 Solutions

Exam #4 Solutions

Final Exam

Old Exam Keys

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