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Tutor profile: Rahul R.

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Rahul R.
MSci Chemistry Student @ UCL
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Subject: Physical Chemistry

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State the condition that the wavefunction of a free particle moving in one dimension must satisfy to be normalized.

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For a wavefunction to be able to be normalized, the sum of the probability (wavefunction squared) for all values must be equal to 1.

Subject: Organic Chemistry

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Explain why the anti-periplanar confirmation of dichloroethane is the lowest energy confirmation possible for the molecule.

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This is because in this arrangement, the largest atoms (chlorine) are positioned as far away as possible from each other in a staggered arrangement, minimizing steric interaction between the two and lowering overall energy of the molecule.

Subject: Chemistry

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An electron has a principal quantum number n=4. What are the possible values of the l, and m_l quantum numbers?

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l (angular momentum quantum number): 0, 1, 2, 3 m_l (magnetic quantum number): -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3

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