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Problem 5P

Problem 5P

(III) (a) Apply reasoning similar to that in the text for the S =0 and S =1 states in the formation of the H2 molecule to show why the molecule is not formed. (b) Explain why the He2+ molecular ion could form. (Experiment shows it has a binding energy of 3.1 eV at r0 = 0.11 nm.)

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