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The potential energy of a diatomic molecule is given by U = A/r 12 - B/r 6' where r is the distance between the atoms that make up the molecule and A,B are positive constants. Find the equilibrium separation betweeen atoms


The potential energy of a diatomic molecule is given by U = A/r12 - B/r6' where r is the distance between the atoms that make up the molecule and A,B are positive constants. Find the equilibrium separation betweeen atoms


Grade:12

1 Answers

anil kumar
38 Points
9 years ago

It stated a hypothetical relation between distance between the atoms r and potential energy and it asks at what distance the atoms will be in equilibrium at equilibrium potential energy of the atoms is minimum i.e zero

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