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Carbon dioxide is a linear molecule. The carbonoxygen

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Problem 75

Carbon dioxide is a linear molecule. The carbonoxygen bonds in this molecule act very much like springs. Figure 1158 shows one possible way the oxygen atoms in this molecule can oscillate: the oxygen atoms oscillate symmetrically in and out, while the central carbon atom remains at rest. Hence each oxygen atom acts like a simple harmonic oscillator with a mass equal to the mass of an oxygen atom. It is observed that this oscillation occurs at a frequency What is the spring constant of the bond?

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Lecture Notes: 9/12­9/16 o Electromagnetic Force is mediated by electric and magnetic fields  These forces act at a distance  Electromagnetic force is much stronger than gravity and can be attractive or repulsive  Electrostatic force ­ between charged particles;...

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