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# ed in hexane εmax ~) = ε {1 – κ(ν~ – ~

ε (ν ν max)2}
Name: max

## Molar absorption coefficient, ε

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Physical Chemistry I Deadline: March 29, 2016
ugh 2.5 mm
Homework #T3

ed in hexane 1. The rotational constant for CO is 1.9314 cm−1 and 1.6116 cm−1 in the ground and first excited
rcentage vibrational states, respectively. By how much does the internuclear distance change as a result of
ugh 1.50 mm this transition?

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mm of a 2. Given that B = 58000 MHz and 𝜈=2160.0 cm-1 for CO, calculate the frequencies of the
mol dm−3, Fig. 13.40
first few lines of the R and P branches in the vibration-rotation spectrum of CO.
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13.5(a) The following data were obtained for the absorption by Br2 in carbon
tetrachloride using a 2.0 mm cell. Calculate the molar absorption coefficient
is 286 dm3 of bromine at the wavelength employed:
mm cell
s absorbed. [Br2]/(mol dm−3) 0.0010 0.0050 0.0100 0.0500
T/(per cent) 81.4 35.6 12.7 3.0 × 10 −3
is 323 dm3 13.5(b) The following data were obtained for the absorption by a dye
0 mm cell dissolved in methylbenzene using a 2.50 mm cell. Calculate the molar
s absorbed. 3. The following data were obtained for the absorption by a dye dissolved in methylbenzene using a
absorption
2.50 mm cell.coefficient of the
Calculate the dyeabsorption
molar at the wavelength employed:
coefficient of the dye at the wavelength employed:
[dye]/(mol dm−3) 0.0010 0.0050 0.0100 0.0500
egins at
T /(per cent) 73 21 4.2 1.33 × 10 −5
imum value
1
. Estimate 13.6(a) A 2.0-mm cell was filled with a solution of benzene in a non-absorbing
a triangular solvent. The concentration of the benzene was 0.010 mol dm−3 and the
wavelength of the radiation was 256 nm (where there is a maximum in the
absorption). Calculate the molar absorption coefficient of benzene at this
ins at 199 nm,
wavelength given that the transmission was 48 per cent. What will the
alue of the
transmittance be in a 4.0-mm cell at the same wavelength?
mate the
inverted 13.6(b) A 2.50-mm cell was filled with a solution of a dye. The concentration
of the dye was 15.5 mmol dm−3. Calculate the molar absorption coefficient of
4. The chemical shift of the CH3 protons in diethylether is 𝛿 = 1.16 and that of the CH2 protons is
3.36. Sketch the appearance of the 1H-NMR spectrum of diethylether using J = 6.97 Hz in a
spectrometer operating at (a) 350 MHz, (b) 650 MHz.

5. Make rough sketches of what you think the NMR spectra of the two isomers dimethyl
ether and ethanol look like and compare the two.