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diatomic molecules. Also shown are the boundstate vibrational energy levels for the diatomic molecule. H�bd`ab`ddT� <> Vibrational and Rotational Spectroscopy of Diatomic Molecules Spectroscopy is an important tool in the study of atoms and molecules, giving us an understanding of their quantized energy levels. <> <> endobj 59 0 obj DOI: 10.4236/jamp.2020.811182 PDF HTML XML 35 Downloads 116 Views Abstract. A way to estimate the dissociation energy of a diatomic molecule is to determine the value of the vibrational quantum number, imax, at which the vibrational energy stops increasing. �99 2011-07-29T16:03:03-04:00 endobj For a general diatomic molecule, the vibrational motion is modelled by an infinite ladder of energy levels with energy spacing Δε = 252 J/mol. 120 0 obj T he im portant result of this equation is: T he potential energy for the nuclear m otion in the electronic state (n , L ,& ) depends only on the nucleardistance R ,noton the angles ( and ) ,i.e., it is independent of the orientation of the m ol-ecule in space. in cm-1. q�[x�s������T���l�8�(DZ��r�*_O+%�p�3���h����bHJ!���A}w+OWUc1d���_6�5�:�f��sS�#h`�8ۃ�l|�X�k�V:?$���F�jc�:��� �\���J������������IA�&��g-VBjk3���V���B\Jܺ㒲 4*��!�U3wT�qOh�1����z�v����Z�B��O �Q�X�ACdd�5�f�#6���Б�N|�ĊD���D����&��꼩��TwI~��oBuC��t��ռj�X2��8j��e�G�G�T@|��*H�a�`�zi���HÇP@|x,���B�傩)��Zkg�TY�!��$��NJ@���G3���aY��@:�Oj�D���) =`���/R Comparison between rotational and vibrational energy spacings. The equilibrium bond length, r e, is the internuclear distance corresponding to the depth of the potential minimum (D) of the molecule.Horizontal lines represent vibrational energy levels. The potential energy curve for the SHO model of a diatomic molecule, with the potential energy V plotted against bond length r and centred on an equilibrium value r e, also showing the positioning of the first few quantum energy levels and their normalized wavefunctions. Calculate the relative populations of rotational and vibrational energy levels. The total energy is thus a sum of electronic, vibrational, and rotational energies. <> �C�����V�U�T1�������|�3!Wĵ��r�0�ku�.��a�H��� ��x�c9��y� endobj endobj <> 83 0 obj 1 In Eq. <> endobj Question: The Vibrational Energy States Of A Heteronuclear Diatomic Molecule May Be Modeled Using A Potential Energy Function U(R) = 91.2.V (R – 0.115nm)", Where R Is The Bond Length Of The Molecule. Seminar of atomic and molecular physics Presented by DINESH KUMAR KASHYAP. <> endobj 23. 141 0 obj Corona-Galindo Instituto Nacional de Astrof´ısica, Optica y Electr onica,´ Apartado Postal.216, Tonantzintla, Puebla, 72840, M´exico. endobj [1] Since we are only interested in the rst two vibrational levels, the harmonic oscillator is a good approximation. <> <> <> endobj *����z��-�~�:��2�$�0�VJ26{��Р�wI[�:�P��Yf�����1d��u�Y�?>�~77��V�9�aZ�e��D��?~����jt�e�G���_G����G٭��c'*]��O�w.eD�-�I�}|�P���D�� �W�0-���M��P�É�j�1��6�'�$�3lǺ����j 3����>��{I�����nW�Αդo�%�v�6� �k�4=dH$������"e@m��@�}��Ӏ8K9B۪�[I!����9�@���x�ռ�{�6��A��b�T��[���g:L��[g. Appligent StampPDF Batch, version 5.1 66 0 obj endobj [66 0 R] Under the harmonic oscillator approximation for a diatomic molecule, the energy for vibrational levels resemble the harmonic oscillator energy levels. Figure 7: (A) Potential energy, V(r), as a function of the internuclear separation r for a typical diatomic molecule. We will derive the eigen energy values to understand the rotational and vibrational spectra of the ground electronic state of diatomic molecules. �)�I� <> <> 67 0 obj endobj energy curves associated with distinctive vibrational states, each with a range of differently spaced vibrational levels, indexed by sets of quantum numbers v¼0, 1, 2,…. Diatomic gas molecules Rotational Energy For a diatomic molecule rotational energy is Erot = 1 2 Ib 2 b + 1 2 Ic 2 c Ib and Ic are principal moments of inertia and b and c are components of angular velocity vector. <> 102 0 obj ptt����,K-*N��u/JM�.�,��M,��)R�!��C��,�X��_?��Dd�~��&�=Jp��sB̌���)�������E��% endobj The diatomic molecular vibrational energy is quantized and the simplest model above explains the basic features of the vibrational spectra of most stable molecules. Again, the right-hand side must be multiplied by hc when ω e is expressed in terms of cm −1. Vibrational Partition Function Vibrational Temperature 21 4.1. uuid:c0cc00ec-1dd1-11b2-0a00-000f00378804 Lecture 33.pdf - Chemistry 2401\/2911\/2915 Lecture 33 Introduction to experimental spectroscopy Vibrational Spectroscopy Revision Light as a EM field ... • Utilize the harmonic oscillator and anharmonic oscillator as a model for the energy level structure of a vibrating diatomic molecule. Molecules can absorb energy from microwave range in order to change theirs rotational state (h = ΔE rot = E rot(sup) - E rot(inf) ). 101 0 obj Rotational energy levels of diatomic molecules A molecule rotating about an axis with an angular velocity C=O (carbon monoxide) is an example. endobj <> Vibrational Temperature 23 4.1. for diatomic molecules, by determining E(J+1,K) – E(J,K) etc. 2. �Ҭ��d�Bok�ٜ�d�iJ0?aB���'��ZM�Q$�HHJ�&X�2�&D!�^��]QYSU���f��V�IXP\Q���T��b�����������v�‚5k��_-d;��U������ ��/�-�e�b�:����Pj�F�$���Ϥ��!C�tEH�Q6D\��÷�JF]���0R���IՑ_�ej�E��z. <> <> <> 86 0 obj The vibrational contribution to the heat capacity is ... vibrational energy to be that of the ground state, and the other is to take the zero to be the bottom of the internuclear potential well. In addition to having pure rotational spectra diatomic molecules have rotational spectra associated with their vibrational spectra. energy levels of molecule. endobj Rigid-Rotor model of diatomic molecule Measured spectra Physical characteristics of molecule Line spacing =2B B I r e Accurately! Rotation of diatomic molecule - Classical description Diatomic molecule = a system formed by 2 different masses linked together with a rigid connector (rigid rotor = the bond length is assumed to be fixed!). Vibrational energy levels To a first approximation, molecular vibrations can be approximated as simple harmonic oscillators, with an associated energy E(v) = (v + ½)h where v is the vibrational quantum number and is the vibrational frequency (the symbols look quite <> XPP 71 0 obj <>stream endobj This is an example of the Born-Oppenheimer approximation, and is equivalent to assuming that the combined rotational-vibrational energy of the molecule is simply the sum of the separate energies. Nonequilibrium vibrational kinetics of diatomic molecules has been a focus of attention for many years in gas discharge plasmas, molecular lasers, pollution control, upper atmosphere chemistry, and gas dynamic flows [1,2]. <> Chapter 16. 80 0 obj Rigid-Rotor model of diatomic molecule Equal probability assumption (crude but useful) Abs. 100 0 obj endobj Rotational States The lowest rotational energy states of a diatomic molecule, Homonuclear diatomic molecules such as O 2, H 2, do not have a dipole moment and, hence, no pure rotational spectrum! Specific Selection Rule: The specific selection rule derive from conservation of angular momentum. 45 0 obj %PDF-1.2 Identify the IR frequencies where simple functional groups absorb light. It is probable that some vibrational states of the diatomic molecule may not be well described by the harmonic oscillator potential however a de-tailed treatment of them is beyond the scope of this work. endobj Statistical thermodynamics 1: the concepts P.565 Method: eqn 16.8: Answer: If the separation of neighbouring levels is ε, the partition function is q rises from 1 to infinity as the temperature is raised. Consider a molecule confined to a cubic box. endobj • H 2 is a two electron problem where we have to include the repulsion between the two electrons in the electron potential. as the vibrational energy levels of a diatomic molecule in the harmonic approximation. 82 0 obj HOMONUCLEAR DIATOMIC MOLECULES • A homonuclear diatomic molecule is one in which the molecule is formed from two atoms of the same element. This is the maximum possible value of the vibrational quantum number i in the anharmonic approximation. For a diatomic molecule . Diatomic molecule vibration equations of motion Differential equation of motion describing the vibration dΔr2(t) dt2 + fΔr(t) = 0 Same differential equation of motion as simple harmonic oscillator. endobj 188 0 obj Sketch the energy levels and the spectrum arising from transition between them. endobj �� ɚ ���%��� <> %�쏢 <> <> 70 0 obj Replace the mass of the oscillator by the reduced mass of the diatomic molecule and the connection between the two systems is established 6 0 obj 63 0 obj 6-4 for Br2 at 300 K. Notice that most molecules are in the ground vibrational state and that the population of the higher vibrational states decreases exponentially. A way to estimate the dissociation energy of a diatomic molecule is to determine the value of the vibrational quantum number, imax, at which the vibrational energy stops increasing. Distinguish between harmonic and anharmonic vibrations. 22. 88 0 obj In the first case, the energy of the ground vibrational state is zero, and in the second case it is J =0 hν/2. <> <> An analysis of a model molecular oscillator is presented: a vibrating diatomic molecule carrying N 0 electrons. application/pdf endobj for diatomic molecules than for polyatomic molecules. energy states for diatomic molecules O. Cardona and M.G. <> 22. Quantum Vibration. <> Simple Example: Vibrational Spectroscopy of a Diatomic If we just have a diatomic molecule, there is only one degree of freedom (the bond length), and so it is reasonable to model diatomic vibrations using a 1D harmonic oscillator: 87 0 obj Using the standard formulae for the translational, rotational and vibrational energy levels, we will now calculate the molecular translational, vibrational and rotational partition functions for diatomic molecules first. 39 0 obj endstream <> 34. 77 0 obj 76 0 obj <>stream 32 0 obj endstream Download PDF Abstract: When the theorem of equipartition of energy applies to the vibrational degree of freedom within diatomic molecular gas, the bond length is usually taken as zero so that the theorem is valid. %PDF-1.6 %���� 2.2. endobj During electronic transitions vibrational and rotational energy changes can also occur. If two masses in a diatomic molecule m1 and m2 we used the reduced mass \ = in quantum mechanically, the vibrational energy is given by ° = + ° υ=0,1,2,3 −−−− Where υ is the vibrational quantum No. A - B with . endobj endobj The vibrational energy is simply: Evib = n+ 1 2 h s k Some further comments: E(Re) = Eelec(Re) J(J+1) 2 R2 e = Erot Eint = Eelec +Evib +Erot The total energy is thus a sum of electronic, vibrational, and rotational energies. stream A �� endobj Harmonic Oscillator Vibrational State Diatomic Molecule Rotational State Energy Eigenvalue ... Infrared Spectra of Diatomic Molecules, Van Nonstrand Reinhold, New York, 1950. 75 0 obj Under the harmonic oscillator approximation for a diatomic molecule, the energy for vibrational levels resemble the harmonic oscillator energy levels. <>/Threads 65 0 R/Type/Catalog>> endobj 26 0 obj The vibrational energy is approximately that of a quantum harmonic oscillator: where n is an integer h is Planck's constant and f is the frequency of the vibration. 81 0 obj energy of a diatomic molecule can be determined by two different approaches. Vibrational motion of atoms bound in a molecule can be taken to be nearly simple harmonic. Page-1 . <> 104 0 obj <> 74 0 obj If rotational and vibrational motion were completely separable, that is, if molecular vibrations had no effect on rotational states and vice versa, the total energy of a rotating, vibrating diatomic molecule (i.e., a Morse oscillator) would be expressed as the sum of equations (5) and (9), i.e E … Download PDF chapter. The vibrational energy of a diatomic molecule is (3.5) E vib = (υ + 1 2) ω e − (υ + 1 2) 2 ω e x e + (υ + 1 2) 3 ω e y e + … where v is the vibrational quantum number, which can be 0, 1, 2, …. endobj 84 0 obj At the end we will discuss the rotational and vibrational spectra of some diatomic molecules. endobj Different ways of visualizing the 6 degrees of freedom of a diatomic molecule. endobj Al-though the field of molecular spectroscopy is home to crowds of molecular constants, among nonspecialists the most common expression for the vibrational energy levels of a diatomic molecule, relative to the minimum on the poten-tial energy curve, is G v = e about 0.5 cmv+ 1 2 − ex e v+ 1 2 2. This is the maximum possible value of the vibrational quantum number i in the anharmonic approximation. This work investigates the best-estimated vibrational energy levels of diatomic molecules observed in comets, which is in the best agreement with the empirical vibrational energies. 2.4 Rotation II - The non-rigid rotator Since the molecule is stretched due to centrifugal forces, the model of a rigid rotator is no longer appropriate. 46 0 obj Distinguish between the energy levels of a rigid and a non rigid rotor. endobj A�ũEe@Q�.F�v&�X��,�y���я�ƹ���^��q���g�W�5:�������%���fw����_[:�z�܁�+'��O�Վo�o���d�a;V���[�7W�o>��.��g�� . Unlike the harmonic oscillator, a diatomic molecule has only a finite number of bound-state vibrational levels. 44 0 obj In continuation of our previous paper of the anharmonic potentials analysis through the Floquet representation, we performed in this work a systematic calculation of the diatomic vibrational energy levels as well as the corresponding wave functions. 23. 22. The populations of the vibrational energy levels are given by the Boltzmann distribution. endobj <>>> vibrational energy levels Ev are given Eq. 3.1.1 The Translational Partition Function, qtr. <> <> endobj �,�2#�'��p��b��'�p� ������X!Md�y�hf^ ���x6*QQ���ũr��kr�l��1��4��� ED&���ӖR�0�Nz{u�)�S��Nq+^����#���g��UC�uG)� ƥݛ�ø�k��`���@����U5�T��@��E��`�i�`Dx�@Ty @P����r�CQ3��B���ST(�5�z:���| ��>`¢=��y�D?�Ҩ�� 23 0 obj Google Scholar [3] W.H. n electrons as shown in figure-28.1, the Schrodringer equation can be written as . 2-The separation between electronic levels is of the order of 10-6cm-1 or more. 65 0 obj 2 1 2 1 i 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 i i m m R m m m r R I 2I L 2 I& E 2 2 r E r → rotational kinetic energy L = I … endobj H�l�LW����uC{��c�5w���f[��n�S7�@�E��@��':dG)��_3P�2"�*���Nq�*�����l�8���۲﻽���.ߗ������^�{$�R$I�ӳ�v{����):ܥE�5���Yk���� Energy component of rotational motion= 1/2 I 1 w 1 2 + 1/2 I 2 w 2 2 {I1 & I2 moments of inertia. The energy in Cm-1 = =(+) ° =( +) ° \ Where ° the freq. For example, levels (1,0,0), (0,1,0), (0,0,1) in Figure 8.4 are called fundamental levels. (6.1) Eq. 73 0 obj <> 10 0 obj 4. <> Write a note on rotational fine structure. 72 0 obj 48 0 obj Recall: diatomic molecule is linear so Ia = 0. endobj 57 0 obj The lowest rotational energy level of a diatomic molecule occurs for l … <> 2 0 obj Vibrational Partition Function Vibrational Temperature 21 4.1. Google Scholar [2] C. Dykstra, Quantum Chemistry and Molecular Spectroscopy, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1992. endobj The first is the sum of kinetic energy of each atom and second is the sum of kinetic energy of translational motion and vibrational motion. Using the standard formulae for the translational, rotational and vibrational energy levels, we will now calculate the molecular translational, vibrational and rotational partition functions for diatomic molecules first. V x the potential-energy curve of a harmonic oscillator with the appropriate force … Energy E of a photon: E = h ν (in eVor J) Wave length: λ= c/ ν= hc/E (in nm) ... Electronic and Vibrational Excitation-4.5 eV Pure electronic transition Transition With vibronic coupling v=0 v=1 v=2 v=0 v=1 v=2. 2011-07-29T16:03:03-04:00 69 0 obj 89 0 obj Write a note on vibrational coarse structure. state of the nuclear m ovem ent (vibrational-rotational state). Vibrational and Rotational Spectroscopy of Diatomic Molecules Spectroscopy is an important tool in the study of atoms and molecules, giving us an understanding of their quantized energy levels. a) (15 pts) Determine the number of quadratic energy terms in the total energy function for rotation and translation and deduce expression for the average thermal energy due to translation and rotation (in J/mol). Download PDF Abstract: When the theorem of equipartition of energy applies to the vibrational degree of freedom within diatomic molecular gas, the bond length is usually taken as zero so that the theorem is valid. Hence the Energy component of translational motion= 1/2 mv x 2 + 1/2 mv y 2 + 1/2 mv z 2. The lowest rotational energy level of a diatomic molecule occurs for l = 0 and gives E rot = 0. Where v is the vibrational quantum number, whose values may be 0, 1, 2,…;νis the vibrational frequency. endobj (a) (3 Points) What Is The Equilibrium Bond Length Of The Molecule? 6. Recibido el 9 de agosto de 2011; aceptado el 1 de marzo de 2012 A procedure for finding the maximum number of energy states for a diatomic molecule is presented. w1 & w2 are angular speeds} And, the energy component of vibrational motion= 1/2 m (dy/dt) 2 + 1/2 ky 2. <> (From Eisbergand Resnick, Quantum Physics of Atoms, Molecules, Solids, Nuclei, and Particles (1985)) 10x10-21) Estimated rotational energies vs. quantum number j, for O 2 8 �y��E�E�%�)z Population of Energy Levels In diatomic molecules the vibrational transitions typically have wavenumbers in the range 500 to 2000 cm-1 (~0.05 to ~ 0.25 eV). endobj endobj 16 0 obj It is more convenient to define the energy of the system in wavenumber units, called term values, T. Rotational energies of a diatomic molecule (not linear with j) 2 1 2 j j I E j Quantum mechanical formulation of the rotational energy. Show that imax =Hn è e +xe n è eLêH2 xe n è eL. Analytical expressions for the rotational−vibrational energy levels of diatomic molecules represented by the Tietz−Hua rotating oscillator are derived using the Hamilton−Jacoby theory and the Bohr−Sommerfeld quantization rule. endobj called vibrational motion, and clearly at low energies a good model for the nuclear motion is a Harmonic oscillator. <> A complete description of these vibrational normal modes, their … StampPDF Batch 5.1 Jan 18 2010, 9.0.1 <> 79 0 obj In case of a diatomic molecule, translational, rotational and vibrational movements are involved. endobj endobj The wavefunctionis a product of electronic and nuclear wavefunctions, Figure 5: The energy levels in the Morse potential. <>stream 7 0 obj The order of magnitude differs greatly between the two with the rotational transitions having energy proportional to 1-10 cm -1 (microwave radiation) and the vibrational transitions having energy proportional to 100-3,000 cm -1 (infrared radiation). (6.2) Eq. 176 0 obj Diatomic Molecules Species θvib [K] θrot [K] O2 2270 2.1 N2 3390 2.9 NO 2740 2.5 Cl2 808 0.351 kT hc kT hc Q e e vib 2 1 exp exp 1 Choose reference (zero) energy at v=0, soG v ev 1 1 exp kT hc Q e vib The same zero energy must be used in specifying molecular energies E i for level i and in evaluating the endobj endobj endobj Practice Questions 1. Eventually, the vibrational energy is large enough to dissociate the diatomic molecule into atoms that are not bound to each other. (CC BY-NC-SA; anonymous by request) IR spectroscopy which has become so useful in identification, estimation, and structure determination of compounds draws its strength from being able to identify the various vibrational modes of a molecule. assume, as a first approximation, that the rotational and vibrational motions of the diatomic molecule are independent of each other. 33. energy curves associated with distinctive vibrational states, each with a range of differently spaced vibrational levels, indexed by sets of quantum numbers v¼0, 1, 2,…. endobj mass of the diatomic molecule [5,6]. 2007-04-18T09:05:23Z 90 0 obj Diatomic Molecules Species θ vib [K] θ rot [K] O 2 2270 2.1 N 2 3390 2.9 NO 2740 2.5 Cl 2 808 0.351 kT hc kT hc Q e vib 2 1 exp exp 1 Choose reference (zero) energy at v=0, so G e endobj Example: CO B = 1.92118 cm-1 → r CO = 1.128227 Å 10-6 Å = 10-16 m Ic h 8 2 2 re Intensities of spectral lines 14 2. Vibrational Motion: A diatomic molecule has only one degree of freedom corresponding to the vibrational motion of the nuclei along the axis joining them. endobj <> endobj <> Consider a molecule confined to a cubic box. Solutions takes the same form, Δr(t) = Δr(0)cos = √ ∕ , = = √ ∕ , = P. J. Grandinetti Chapter 05: Vibrational Motion Diatomic Molecules Species θ vib [K] θ rot [K] O 2 2270 2.1 N 2 3390 2.9 NO 2740 2.5 Cl 2 808 0.351 kT hc kT hc Q e vib 2 1 exp exp 1 Choose reference (zero) energy at v=0, so G e v 1 1 exp kT hc Q e vib The same zero energy must be used in specifying molecular energies E i for endobj Discuss the theory of pure rotational Raman spectra of linear molecule. • The neutral hydrogen molecule H 2 is the simplest diatomic molecule. Show that imax =Hn è e +xe n è eLêH2 xe n è eL. However, the energy of a real vibrating molecule is subject to quantum mechanical restrictions. This is the maximum possible value of the vibrational quantum number i in the anharmonic approximation. endobj :p�ĶW..����k��3f��S�'N�n������ � +�� endobj 3.1.1 The Translational Partition Function, qtr. A way to estimate the dissociation energy of a diatomic molecule is to determine the value of the vibrational quantum number, imax, at which the vibrational energy stops increasing. 35. endobj This is a difficult As a starting point, it is convenient to treat the diatomic molecule as a simple harmonic oscillator (SHO). The electronic spectrum appears as absorption bands from or emission band from, and these bands contain large number of spectrum line. 43 0 obj ��W���D\�o������> lyv�B�/��z�C�j�n 42 0 obj 78 0 obj In contrast to the harmonic oscillator, a diatomic molecule has only a finite number of bound vibrational levels. Show that imax =Hn è e +xe n è eLêH2 xe n è eL. -1. uuid:4180576c-f1fc-413d-b350-8ee8d3ef5c51 measuring the vibrational energy spacing of nitrogen molecules in the gas phase. 1 0 obj Rotational energy levels of diatomic molecules A molecule rotating about an axis with an angular velocity C=O (carbon monoxide) is an example. It is spherically sym m etric. <> 68 0 obj <> 49 0 obj <>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageC/ImageB/ImageI]>> <> <> <> 47 0 obj endobj <> 4 0 obj Keywords: one-dimension, granular gas, diatomic molecule, simulation Introduction <> 85 0 obj The vibrational energy level, which is the energy level associated with the vibrational energy of a molecule, is more difficult to estimate than the rotational energy level.However, we can estimate these levels by assuming that the two atoms in the diatomic molecule are connected by an ideal spring of spring constant k.The potential energy of this spring system is <> Vibrational energy levels for a molecule with three normal modes are shown in Figure 8.4.The vibrational quantum numbers of each mode are given in parenthesis like (υ 1, υ 2, … υ 3 N − 6).The levels with one υ i = 1 and all vibrational quantum numbers equal to zero are called fundamental levels. <> Vibrational-Rotational Spectroscopy Vibrational-Rotational Spectrum of Heteronuclear Diatomic Absorption of mid-infrared light (~300-4000 cm-1): • Molecules can change vibrational and rotational states • Typically at room temperature, only ground vibrational state populated but several rotational levels may be populated. endobj x��ZKoG漊��)��"�L���r��%ȃXB�P�aw�'ڇ�]���S��Ƕw�xטȒz���������o��0?�9��ގ�`ٛ��m����ϲ�x ���Yvr:r�pF�F\d�q2�yT��Ŭ�=�{$*�0�d2��|1���ji^�@�a�4��̩B���9C������\"��,�)��0����i��~�����3D�p�`��Y�(Rn�C�R�?�0io��y# R��~��@k����7����gU�,���73�@7UH?�>7c9�*��r0�rjֳrU/��L܃t�5g2ڳ��%H�������= For O 2, the next highest quantum level (l = 1) has an energy of roughly: This spacing between the lowest two rotational energy levels of O 2 is comparable to that of a photon in the microwave region of the electromagnetic spectrum. <> Sketch qualitatively rotational-vibrational spectrum of a diatomic. endobj 2-4 The Level Population The fraction of molecules in excited vibrational states designated by n is (1/2) vib hn n e f q −+βν = (6-24) This equation is shown in Fig. Energy levels and the simplest diatomic molecule, the right-hand side must be multiplied by hc ω! 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