Answer to Question #26117 in Physical Chemistry for Rakhee Manoj Trivedi

Question #26117

The lowest wave number absorption line in the rotational spectrum of 14N16O molecule is found at 3.440 cm-1.
(a) Calculate the corresponding frequency of absorption.
(b) Which are the two energy levels involved in the transition?
(c) What is the value of the rotational constant (B) in m-1 unit?
(d) Calculate the moment of inertia for oxide molecule.
(f) Calculate the bond length (r) of nitric nitric oxide molecule.
(e) Calculate the reduced mass of nitric oxide molecule in pm unit.

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soniya

17.02.14, 11:26

plz solve this question The lowest wave number absorption line in the rotational spectrum of 14N16O molecule is found at 3.440 cm-1. (a) Calculate the corresponding frequency of absorption. (b) Which are the two energy levels involved in the transition? (c) What is the value of the rotational constant (B) in m-1 unit? (d) Calculate the moment of inertia for oxide molecule. (f) Calculate the bond length (r) of nitric nitric oxide molecule. (e) Calculate the reduced mass of nitric oxide molecule in pm unit.

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Assignment Expert18.02.14, 15:52Unfortunately, your question requires a lot of work and cannot be done for free. Please submit it with all requirements as an assignment to our control panel and we'll assist you.

soniya17.02.14, 11:26plz solve this question

The lowest wave number absorption line in the rotational spectrum of 14N16O molecule is found at 3.440 cm-1. (a) Calculate the corresponding frequency of absorption. (b) Which are the two energy levels involved in the transition? (c) What is the value of the rotational constant (B) in m-1 unit? (d) Calculate the moment of inertia for oxide molecule. (f) Calculate the bond length (r) of nitric nitric oxide molecule. (e) Calculate the reduced mass of nitric oxide molecule in pm unit.

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