calculate the vibration frequency

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calculate the vibration frequency, w, and the turning point, x_tp, of a 12^C 16^O molecule. the vibrational wavenumber is 2169.812 cm^-1(this is a wavenumber of a photon that causes transitions between adjacent vibrational levels). Determine the maximum percentage displacement relative to the bond length, 1.128x10^-10 m. find the terms that can arise from the following configurations. In each case identify the ground
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Unformatted text preview: term( lowest energy term). assume Russel-Saunders coupling a) 3p 1 d 1 b) 4d 2 c) 2f 1 d) 3p 2 4f 1 Normalize the following wavefunctions: a) ψ(x) = N x 2 e (-x^2/4) ; x ∞ (one dimension) b) ψ(x) = N x 5 e (-2x) ; x ∞ (one dimension) c) ψ(θ,ρ) = N sin(θ) xe (i2ρ) ; 0 ρ 2π; 0 θ π (solid angle) d) ψ(r, θ, ρ) = N e (-r/2) xsin 2 (θ) ; 0 ρ 2π; 0 θ π; 0 r ∞ (spherical coordinates)...
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2011 for the course CHEM 302 taught by Professor Korokova during the Spring '11 term at CUNY John Jay.

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