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Gravitational Potential Energy
Gravitational Potential Energy=-([G.]*Mass 1*Mass 2)/Radius GO
Radius 1 of rotation in terms of masses and bond length
Radius of mass 1=Mass 2*Bond Length/(Mass 1+Mass 2) GO
Radius 2 of rotation in terms of masses and bond length
Radius of mass 2=Mass 1*Bond Length/(Mass 1+Mass 2) GO
Bond length in terms of masses and radius 2
Bond Length=Radius of mass 2*(Mass 1+Mass 2)/Mass 1 GO
Mass 1 of diatomic molecule
Mass 1=Mass 2*Radius of mass 2/Radius of mass 1 GO
Mass 2 of diatomic molecule
Mass 2=Mass 1*Radius of mass 1/Radius of mass 2 GO
Radius 1 of rotation
Radius of mass 1=Mass 2*Radius of mass 2/Mass 1 GO
Radius 2 of rotation
Radius of mass 2=Mass 1*Radius of mass 1/Mass 2 GO
Radius 2 of rotation when bond length is given
Radius of mass 2=Bond Length-Radius of mass 1 GO
Bond length
Bond Length=Radius of mass 1+Radius of mass 2 GO
Universal Law of Gravitation
Force=(2*[G.]*Mass 1*Mass 2)/Radius^2 GO

5 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Bond length of diatomic molecule in rotational spectrum
Bond Length=sqrt([hP]/(8*(pi^2)*[c]*wave number in spectroscopy*reduced mass)) GO
Bond length using moment of inertia
Bond Length=sqrt(Moment of Inertia*((Mass 1+Mass 2)/(Mass 1*Mass 2))) GO
Bond length in terms of masses and radius 2
Bond Length=Radius of mass 2*(Mass 1+Mass 2)/Mass 1 GO
Bond length using reduced mass
Bond Length=sqrt(Moment of Inertia/reduced mass) GO
Bond length
Bond Length=Radius of mass 1+Radius of mass 2 GO

Bond length in terms of masses and radius 1 Formula

Bond Length=(Mass 1+Mass 2)*Radius of mass 1/Mass 2
L=(m<sub>1</sub>+m<sub>2</sub>)*R<sub>1</sub>/m<sub>2</sub>
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Mass 1 of diatomic molecule GO
Mass 2 of diatomic molecule GO
Radius 1 of rotation GO
Radius 2 of rotation GO
Bond length GO
Radius 1 of rotation when bond length is given GO
Radius 2 of rotation when bond length is given GO
Radius 1 of rotation in terms of masses and bond length GO
Radius 2 of rotation in terms of masses and bond length GO
Bond length in terms of masses and radius 2 GO
Kinetic energy of system GO
Velocity of particle 1 in terms of K.E GO
Velocity of particle 2 in terms of K.E GO
Velocity of particle 1 GO
Rotational frequency in terms of velocity 1 GO
Radius 1 when rotational frequency is given GO
Velocity of particle 2 GO
Rotational frequency in terms of velocity 2 GO
Radius 2 when rotational frequency is given GO
Angular velocity of diatomic molecule GO
Rotational frequency when angular frequency is given GO
Kinetic energy when angular velocity is given GO
Angular velocity when kinetic energy is given GO
Moment of inertia of diatomic molecule GO
Mass 1 when moment of inertia is given GO
Mass 2 when moment of inertia is given GO
Radius 1 when moment of inertia is given GO
Radius 2 when moment of inertia is given GO
Kinetic energy in terms of inertia and angular velocity GO
Moment of Inertia in terms of K.E and angular velocity GO
Angular velocity in terms of inertia and kinetic energy GO
Moment of inertia using masses of diatomic molecule and bond length GO
Bond length using moment of inertia GO
Reduced mass GO
Moment of inertia using reduced mass GO
Reduced mass using moment of inertia GO
Bond length using reduced mass GO
Angular momentum using moment of inertia GO
Moment of inertia using angular momentum GO
Angular velocity using angular momentum and inertia GO
Kinetic energy in terms of angular momentum GO
Angular momentum in terms of kinetic energy GO
Moment of inertia using kinetic energy and angular momentum GO
Rotational constant GO
Beta using rotational energy GO
Beta in terms of rotational level GO
Moment of inertia using rotational constant GO
Moment of inertia using rotational energy GO
Rotational constant in terms of energy GO
Energy of rotational transitions from J to J +1 GO
Rotational constant using energy of transitions GO
Rotational constant in terms of wave number GO
Bond length of diatomic molecule in rotational spectrum GO
Centrifugal Distortion constant using rotational energy GO

How do we get Bond length in terms of masses and radius 1 ?

Using the concept of reduced mass (M1*R1=M2*R2) and bond length is a sum of both radii (L= R1+ R2). Through simple algebra, the radius can be found in terms of masses and bond length. That is, radius 1 of rotation is mass fraction of body 2 times bond length. So by this, we obtained relation of bond length as radius 1 divided by mass fraction of body 2.

How to Calculate Bond length in terms of masses and radius 1?

Bond length in terms of masses and radius 1 calculator uses Bond Length=(Mass 1+Mass 2)*Radius of mass 1/Mass 2 to calculate the Bond Length, The Bond length in terms of masses and radius 1 formula is defined as distance between two bodies in a diatomic molecule in terms of radius and masses. As radius of 1 is equal to bond length times mass fraction of 2 (i.e. M2/(M1+M2) ). So by that relation bond length can be calculated. Bond Length and is denoted by L symbol.

How to calculate Bond length in terms of masses and radius 1 using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Bond length in terms of masses and radius 1, enter Mass 1 (m1), Mass 2 (m2) and Radius of mass 1 (R1) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Bond length in terms of masses and radius 1 calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1.5 = (10+20)*0.01/20.

FAQ

What is Bond length in terms of masses and radius 1?
The Bond length in terms of masses and radius 1 formula is defined as distance between two bodies in a diatomic molecule in terms of radius and masses. As radius of 1 is equal to bond length times mass fraction of 2 (i.e. M2/(M1+M2) ). So by that relation bond length can be calculated and is represented as L=(m1+m2)*R1/m2 or Bond Length=(Mass 1+Mass 2)*Radius of mass 1/Mass 2. Mass 1 is the quantity of matter in a body 1 regardless of its volume or of any forces acting on it, Mass 2 is the quantity of matter in a body 2 regardless of its volume or of any forces acting on it and Radius of mass 1 is a distance of mass 1 from the center of mass.
How to calculate Bond length in terms of masses and radius 1?
The Bond length in terms of masses and radius 1 formula is defined as distance between two bodies in a diatomic molecule in terms of radius and masses. As radius of 1 is equal to bond length times mass fraction of 2 (i.e. M2/(M1+M2) ). So by that relation bond length can be calculated is calculated using Bond Length=(Mass 1+Mass 2)*Radius of mass 1/Mass 2. To calculate Bond length in terms of masses and radius 1, you need Mass 1 (m1), Mass 2 (m2) and Radius of mass 1 (R1). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Mass 1, Mass 2 and Radius of mass 1 and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Bond Length?
In this formula, Bond Length uses Mass 1, Mass 2 and Radius of mass 1. We can use 5 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Bond Length=Radius of mass 1+Radius of mass 2
  • Bond Length=Radius of mass 2*(Mass 1+Mass 2)/Mass 1
  • Bond Length=sqrt(Moment of Inertia*((Mass 1+Mass 2)/(Mass 1*Mass 2)))
  • Bond Length=sqrt(Moment of Inertia/reduced mass)
  • Bond Length=sqrt([hP]/(8*(pi^2)*[c]*wave number in spectroscopy*reduced mass))
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