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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Energy of Vibrational transitions
Vibrational energy=((Vibrational quantum number+1/2)-Anharmonicity constant*((Vibrational quantum number+1/2)^2))*([hP]*Vibrational Frequency) GO
Maximum vibrational number using Anharmonicity constant
Max vibrational number=(Vibrational wavenumber^2)/(4*Vibrational wavenumber*Vibrational energy*Anharmonicity constant) GO
Vibrational energy using Anharmonicity constant
Vibrational energy=(Vibrational wavenumber^2)/(4*Anharmonicity constant*Vibrational wavenumber*Max vibrational number) GO
Anharmonicity constant when dissociation energy is given
Anharmonicity constant=(Vibrational wavenumber^2)/(4*Dissociation energy of potential*Vibrational wavenumber) GO
Maximum vibrational quantum number
Max vibrational number=(Vibrational wavenumber/(2*Anharmonicity constant*Vibrational wavenumber))-1/2 GO
Zero point energy
Zero point energy=(1/2*Vibrational wavenumber)-(1/4*Anharmonicity constant*Vibrational wavenumber) GO
First overtone frequency
First overtone frequency=(2*Vibrational Frequency)*(1-3*Anharmonicity constant) GO
Vibrational quantum number using vibrational wavenumber
Vibrational quantum number=(Vibrational energy/Vibrational wavenumber)-1/2 GO
Vibrational energy in terms of vibrational wave number
Vibrational energy=(Vibrational quantum number+1/2)*Vibrational wavenumber GO
Fundamental frequency of vibrational transitions
Fundamental frequency =Vibrational Frequency*(1-2*Anharmonicity constant) GO
Vibrational frequency when fundamental frequency is given
Vibration frequency=Fundamental frequency /(1-2*Anharmonicity constant) GO

2 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Dissociation energy of potential using zero point energy
Dissociation energy of potential=Zero point dissociation energy+Zero point energy GO
Dissociation energy of potential
Dissociation energy of potential=Vibrational energy*Max vibrational number GO

Dissociation energy in terms of vibrational wavenumber Formula

Dissociation energy of potential=(Vibrational wavenumber^2)/(4*Anharmonicity constant*Vibrational wavenumber)
D<sub>e</sub>=(ω'^2)/(4*x<sub>e</sub>*ω')
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Rotational constant for vibrational state GO
Rotational constant related to equilibrium GO
Anharmonic potential constant GO
Vibrational quantum number using rotational constant GO
Dissociation energy of potential GO
Vibrational energy using dissociation energy GO
Maximum vibrational quantum number when dissociation energy is given GO
Maximum vibrational quantum number GO
Anharmonicity constant when dissociation energy is given GO
Vibrational energy using Anharmonicity constant GO
Maximum vibrational number using Anharmonicity constant GO
Zero point dissociation energy GO
Zero point energy when dissociation energy is given GO
Zero point energy GO
Dissociation energy of potential using zero point energy GO
Energy of Vibrational transitions GO
Fundamental frequency of vibrational transitions GO
Vibrational frequency when fundamental frequency is given GO
Anharmonicity constant when fundamental frequency is given GO
First overtone frequency GO
Vibrational frequency when first overtone frequency is given GO
Second overtone frequency GO
Vibrational frequency when second overtone frequency is given GO
Vibrational degree of freedom for nonlinear molecules GO
Vibrational degree of freedom for linear molecules GO
Total degree of freedom for nonlinear molecules GO
Total degree of freedom for linear molecules GO
Anharmonicity constant when first overtone frequency is given GO
Anharmonicity constant when second overtone frequency is given GO

What is Dissociation energy?

The term dissociation energy may be appreciated by reference to potential energy internuclear distance curves. At about 0 K all molecules have no rotational energy but are merely vibrating with their zero-point energy. Thus, diatomic molecules are in the v = 0 vibrational level. The energy required to separate the stable molecule A - B initially in the v = 0 level into two unexcited atoms A and B, that is: A - B → A+B is known as the dissociation energy (D).

How to Calculate Dissociation energy in terms of vibrational wavenumber?

Dissociation energy in terms of vibrational wavenumber calculator uses Dissociation energy of potential=(Vibrational wavenumber^2)/(4*Anharmonicity constant*Vibrational wavenumber) to calculate the Dissociation energy of potential, The Dissociation energy in terms of vibrational wavenumber formula is defined as the energy which is measured from the bottom of the potential of vibrational energy levels for a diatomic molecule. Dissociation energy of potential and is denoted by De symbol.

How to calculate Dissociation energy in terms of vibrational wavenumber using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Dissociation energy in terms of vibrational wavenumber, enter Vibrational wavenumber (ω') and Anharmonicity constant (xe) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Dissociation energy in terms of vibrational wavenumber calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.25 = (10^2)/(4*10*10).

FAQ

What is Dissociation energy in terms of vibrational wavenumber?
The Dissociation energy in terms of vibrational wavenumber formula is defined as the energy which is measured from the bottom of the potential of vibrational energy levels for a diatomic molecule and is represented as De=(ω'^2)/(4*xe*ω') or Dissociation energy of potential=(Vibrational wavenumber^2)/(4*Anharmonicity constant*Vibrational wavenumber). Vibrational wavenumber is simply the harmonic vibrational frequency or energy expressed in units of cm inverse and Anharmonicity constant is the deviation of a system from being a harmonic oscillator which is related to the vibrational energy levels of diatomic molecule.
How to calculate Dissociation energy in terms of vibrational wavenumber?
The Dissociation energy in terms of vibrational wavenumber formula is defined as the energy which is measured from the bottom of the potential of vibrational energy levels for a diatomic molecule is calculated using Dissociation energy of potential=(Vibrational wavenumber^2)/(4*Anharmonicity constant*Vibrational wavenumber). To calculate Dissociation energy in terms of vibrational wavenumber, you need Vibrational wavenumber (ω') and Anharmonicity constant (xe). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Vibrational wavenumber and Anharmonicity constant 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 Dissociation energy of potential?
In this formula, Dissociation energy of potential uses Vibrational wavenumber and Anharmonicity constant. We can use 2 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Dissociation energy of potential=Vibrational energy*Max vibrational number
  • Dissociation energy of potential=Zero point dissociation energy+Zero point energy
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