Vibronic spectroscopy - quantum and spectroscopy, Mechanical Engineering

Vibronic Spectroscopy: In the harmonic oscillator approximation, simulate the So-S1 absorption spectrum of a diatomic. The simulation should convey both the energies of the transitions, as well as the relative intensities (think about Franck-Condon factors). Input must include the force constants in the ground and excited states (remember this determines the steepness of the wells, as well as the vibrational energy separation in each state) and re, the internuclear bond distance, within each state. The shift in relative re will determine the Franck-Condon factors of each transition (think about how to compute constructive interference of two vibrational wavefunctions that may be shifted with respect to on another).

Output the simulated absorption spectrum on the GUI.

Posted Date: 4/1/2013 1:47:08 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Vibronic spectroscopy - quantum and spectroscopy, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Vibronic spectroscopy - quantum and spectroscopy, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Vibronic spectroscopy - quantum and spectroscopy Discussions

Write discussion on Vibronic spectroscopy - quantum and spectroscopy
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Explain construction and working process of newton''s ring

Standards for product modeling. The models include : (a)  A presentation model which defines the type of presentation of information. For instance how the product can be vi

Illustrate the following terms:- a) Mechanism and Inversion b) Slip and Creep of belt drive c) Centrifugal Tension of belt drive d) Initial Tension of belt drive

Why is porter governor more sensitive than Watt Governor even the former has got an additional weight which will require more force to move sleeve than Watt governor?

Blasting Abrasive: Sand had been use widely before new abrasive media invented. Today, manufacturer had more choices and better options in choosing blasting media for their ow

Use of hartung governor

Helium Helium (He) is an inert, very light monoatomic gas, of atomic weight of 4. It is obtained by separation from natural gas. Helium is refined to a purity of min.  99.99

What factors should be considered when selecting a digital encoder (line codes)? Briefly mention five of those factors. Use sketches and additional text to describe the following e

Martempering: The piece to be hardened is wholly austenitized and after that quenched in a lead of salt bath held at a temperature simply above at that martensite would begin

REACTIO N TURBINE: The turbine in which the steam expands while passing over the moving blades as well as while passing over the fixed blades and the pressure of steam dec