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  1. #1 The Hydrogen atom and Vibrational Spectroscopy 
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    I was wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction for any of these questions...

    Show that the wavefunction for the 1s electron orbital for the hydrogen atom is a solution of the 3-D Schrodinger equation. What is teh total energy eigenvalue for this wavefunction?

    The bond vibrational energy levels for the 1H35Cl molecule can be described by Morse Potential with De=7.41E-19 J. The force constant k=516.3 N/m and frequency=8.97E13 1/s

    a) Calculate the lowest four energy levels using the Morse potential.

    b) Calculate the fundamental frequency associated with teh n=0 --> n=1 transition and the frequencies of the first three overtone vibrations.


    ....any guidance would be much appreciated.

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