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Unformatted text preview: ive(r) = 2 J 1.2µ106
H7.5 +rL 6 2 N Rཻ where again, r is the distance between protons, and it is measured in units of the Borh radius.
Assuming that the attractive energy stems from the electrons, that the repulsive energy is given by the
equation above, and that electron electron interactions can be neglected, compute and plot the energy 2 Suppose now that the repulsive energy is given, in Rydbergs, is given by: ProblemSet#9.nb Erepulsive(r) = 2 J 1.2µ106
H7.5 +rL 6 2 N Rཻ where again, r is the distance between protons, and it is measured in units of the Borh radius.
Assuming that the attractive energy stems from the electrons, that the repulsive energy is given by the
equation above, and that electron electron interactions can be neglected, compute and plot the energy
of the dimer as a function of bond length in the case that the dimer contains 1, 2 and 3 electrons. Calculate analytically the equilibrium bond length in each case....
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This homework help was uploaded on 02/17/2014 for the course PHYSICS 214 taught by Professor A during the Spring '10 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.
 Spring '10
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 Physics, Energy

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