Derive the IUPAC names for

(a) The isomers of C4H10 (c) (CH3)3CCH2CH (CH3)2

(b) The isomers of C5H12 (d) (CH3)3CC (CH3)3

# Month: September 2021

## Derive The Greens Method Solution For The Response Caused By

Derive the Green’s method solution for the response caused by an arbitrary forcing function. Consider the function to consist of a series of step functions-that is, start from Equation 3.105 rather than from Equation 3.110.

## Derive The Formula For The Mean And Variance Of

Derive the formula for the mean and variance of an exponential random variable.

## Derive The Formula For The Mean And Standard Deviation

Derive the formula for the mean and standard deviation of a discrete uniform random variable over the range of integers.

## Derive The Formula Expressing Molar Heat Capacity Of

Derive the formula expressing molar heat capacity of a unidimensional crystal, a chain of identical atoms, as a function of temperature T if the Debye temperature of the chain is equal to Simplify the obtained expression for the case T >> Θ.

## Derive The Form Of The Rate Expression

Derive the form of the rate expression based on the elementary steps below, where S is an active site: a) Assuming [B_S] is the MARI, and b) Assuming [A_S] is the MARI.

## Derive The Form Of The Longmuir Isotherm

Derive the form of the Longmuir isotherm for the complete dissociative adsorption of SO2, i.e.:

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## Derive The Form Of The Langmuir Adsorbing

Derive the form of the Langmuir isotherm when an adsorbing species occupies two surface sites, i.e:

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## Derive The Following Expressions By Using Vector Algebra

Derive the following expressions by using vector algebra.

(a) cos (a – β) = cos a cos β + sin a sin β

(b) sin (a – β) = sin a cos β – cos a sin β

## Derive The Following Equations A Equation 47a B Equation 49a C Equation 410a D

Derive the following equations:

(a) Equation 4.7a

(b) Equation 4.9a

(c) Equation 4.10a

(d) Equation4.11b