Energy levels of this molecule, Physics

The microwave (rotational) spectrum of 12C16O having  a series of lines spaced by 115.3 GHz. Suppose that the rotational  energy levels of this molecule can be approximated by those of the rigid rotor, use these data to explain a value for the rotational constant B, the moment of inertia I, and thus the bond length R. Be careful to work in SI units throughout. (12C = 12.000 mass units and 16O = 15.995 mass units).

Posted Date: 3/19/2013 3:16:45 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Energy levels of this molecule, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Energy levels of this molecule, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Energy levels of this molecule Discussions

Write discussion on Energy levels of this molecule
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Light is normally incident on a thin soap film and is reflected.  If the wavelength of this light is "L" and the index of refraction of the soap film is "N", complete destructive i

What do you mean by total internal reflection? State the conditions to be fulfilled for total internal reflection. Desfine the construction and working of an optical fibre. Sate i

We all know that some astronaut had landed in the moon to check out how''s going on the moon. But why only a few astronaut? People created the Apollo and they made it. They sent so

Describe how tunneling takes place    When  tunnel  diode  is  forward  biased,  its  initial  behaviour  is  similar  to  that when it's reverse biased. Now, some of the fille

what is the working principle of diamond dosimeter and whast are its advantages and disadvantages over other dosimeters?

Surface Imperfection: These are two dimensional and refer to a region of distortions that lies around a surface having a thickness of a some atomic diameters.

defination of quantom theory

A virtual image can be formed by one or more of the following single mirrors? Identify them. a) Plane mirror b) Concave spherical mirror c) Convex spherical mirror

Stopping Distance of a Hot Wheels Car While the Hot Wheels car collides along with the box and skids to a stop, external forces do an important amount of work upon the car. The

An object of mass 4 kg is moving on a smooth horizontal surface with a velocity of 10 m/s in rightward direction. A horizontal force F which shows in the above figure was applied o