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(II) The measured binding energy of KCI is 4.43 eV. From

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Problem 2P

Problem 2P

(II)    The measured binding energy of KCI is 4.43 eV. From the result of Problem 1, estimate the contribution to the binding energy of the repelling electron clouds at the equilibrium distance rO =0.28 nm

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(II) The measured binding energy of KCI is 4.43 eV. From