Question

Show that the kronecker delta symbol is a tensor.

Answer #1

Kronecker Delta is defined as

In Tensor notation,

And the coordinates x_{i} and x_{j} are
independent of each other when i is not equal to j

So we have

Thus delt function is a second rank tensor.

Show a program in R to show the change of delta t
=0.1simple ruler integration and improved euler integration. It
should show tabulation of time and compare the simple euler and
improved euler integration.

Show that if Y is G-delta set in X , and if X is a compact
Hausdorff space, then Y is a Baire space in subspace topology.

given the following information
A+B->2D delta H=-710.9kJ delta S= 298.0J/K
C->D delta H =515kJ delta S=-192
J/K
calculate the delta G for the following reaction at 298K.
A+B->2C
**PLEASE SHOW WORK**

show that any polynomial is continuous on R using the
epsilon-delta definition of continuity (not the limit
definition)

Use
an epsilon-delta argument to show f(x) = 2x^2 - 1 is continuous at
every a ∈ ℝ.

For the reaction I2(s)--->2I(g), delta Ho=+213.6 kJ and delta
So=+245.2 J/K. (a) Calculate delta Go. Is the reaction spontaneous
at this temp? Is the reaction spontaneous at this temp? (b)
Calculate delta G at 250o C. is the reaction spontaneous at this
temp? (c) At what Celcius temp will this reaction be spontaneous?
(d) Calculate the thermodynamic equilibrium constant for this
reaction at 25oC. Will this be Kp or Kc ? (e) If this reaction
occurred in a closed vessel...

Without using the equality symbol = or the subset symbol ⊆ (or
their negations), just using logical notation introduced in class,
express the statement that for given sets A, B, and C : either A =
B , or B ⊆ A , or, for some x ∈ B, x ∉ C

1)When delta G= 0; a system is at equilibrium. Use values for
delta H and delta S to determine the temperature at which the
following system would reach equilibrium.
N2(g)+ O2(g)--->2NO(g)
2)Complete te following table:
Enthalpy change delta H, Etropy change delta S, Predicted Sign
for delta G.
+(positive) -(negatve) ?
+(positive) -(negative) ?
-(negative) -(negative) ?
-(negative) +(positive) ?

Create the equation of a line by substituting delta G=delta
H-TdeltaS into the equation delta G= -RT ln(Kc), and solve for
ln(Kc)

Calculate delta G rxn and delta S theoretical for the reaction.
Using delta G rxn and the average of the experimentally determined
value for delta H in experiment, report a semi-experimental value
for delta S (assume standard temp). Compare value to the
theoretical value and calculate percent error. Does the sign on the
experimental value agree with the type of change?
Component
delta G (kJ/mol)
S (J/mol x K)
Ca (s)
0
41.6
H20 (l)
-237.13
69.9
Ca(OH)2(s)
-897.5
83.4...

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