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The vibration frequencies of atoms in solids at normal temperatures are of the order of 10.0 THz. Imagine the atoms to be connected to one another by "springs." Suppose that a single silver atom vibrates with this frequency and that all the other atoms are at rest. Compute the effective force constant. One mole of silver has a mass of 108 g and contains 6.02 × 10 23 atoms.

The vibration frequencies of atoms in solids at normal temperatures are of the order of 10.0 THz. Imagine the atoms to be connected to one another by "springs." Suppose that a single silver atom vibrates with this frequency and that all the other atoms are at rest. Compute the effective force constant. One mole of silver has a mass of 108 g and contains 6.02 × 1023 atoms.

Grade:10

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Deepak Patra
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6 years ago
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