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Unformatted text preview: Chem 5314 homework #5 – due Nov. 10, 2011 Problem 1 – Vibrational Energy Levels Relative to the n = 0 vibrational level of the ground (X) electron state of 79 Br 2 , the vibrational levels (n) of the excited (B) state have energies (in cm- 1 ) as follows: (the table is taken from J. Mol. Spectroscopy 51 , 428 (1974), which is in the library; the symbols X and B are spectroscopic symbols we have not discussed in class) n E (cm- 1 ) 15823.47 1 15987.78 2 16148.73 3 16306.26 4 16460.33 5 16610.87 6 16757.83 7 16901.15 8 17040.78 9 17176.65 10 17308.65 11 17436.89 12 17561.14 13 17681.50 14 17797.88 15 17910.18 16 18018.37 17 18122.45 18 18222.46 19 18318.33 20 18410.07 21 18497.66 The dissociation limit (again relative to vibrational level n=0 of the ground (X) electronic state) is 19579.76 cm- 1 for the B state. 1 The harmonic oscillator has energy levels E n = ( n + 1 2 ) ~ ω The Morse potential has energy levels E n = ( ( n + 1 2 )- x e ( n + 1 2 ) 2 ) ~ ω where x e is the anharmonicity parameter, which is related to the depth of the well (for a Morse oscillator...
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