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What kind of radiation (light) does CO2 molecule absorb -UV or IR? I've read that it's infrared however some sources suggest ultraviolet. If so, how might it be possible?

When a hydrogen ($H_2$) lamp is subject to a high voltage hydrogen atoms release energy in the form of light. Somehow $H_2$ is splitted. But... Why high voltage produce the dissociation? Does ...

This might be more on the philosophical side. We already know a lot about light. How it is generated and how it interacts with a material. Phenomenon such as Interference, Diffraction, the ...

I am writing this question here because I have a problem in understanding the Wigner Threshold law in Photodetachment and Photoionization. The Wigner Threshold Law is given by: $\sigma$=$E^{L+1/2}$. ...

In Wikipedia (and elsewhere), a particular symmetry of the quantum system of a diatomic molecule is mentioned: symmetry under reflection along a plane containing the internuclear axis. The ...

Ok, there is a bit problem in understanding Degree of Freedom of Linear Molecules specially of Triatomic Linear Molecules. See, the DOF in general is given as $f=3N-k$. Here, N=Number of atoms in a ...

What are the top 5 commercially available materials (not limited to just the elements) with the highest density to cost ratio? To point to an application, say that my goal was to mass produce a solid ...

The old question How to understand this symmetry in the wavefunctions of a diatomic molecule? explores how it is possible for a quantum state to have zero angular momentum about a given axis (giving ...

In the graph below, if we consider that the jumps are stepwise for a molecule, even then, how does it point toward quantization of vibrational and rotational motion? The thing it implies is that (...

How did we first discover oxygen exists as $\rm O_2$ and not just $\rm O$ ? (similarly hydrogen as $\rm H_2$ and not $\rm H$) I vaguely remember knowing a story about how the chemical formula of ...

If force is applied to a rigid body and the body moves/remains still/vibrate or anything. But, we assume there is no strain. But, even if we can't see any strain in the naked eye, isn't there some ...

I'm studying some experiments using pairs of atomic photons, in particular those photons that are consequence of the $(J=0)\rightarrow(J=1)\rightarrow(J=0)$ cascade of calcium. All of them start ...

When speaking of a molecule, do both terms ('thermal vibration' and 'molecular vibration') describe the same thing, being the one and only periodic motion of the atoms within the molecule? Or, are ...

I learned it's not 2.45 GHz. But what is it, then? In my failure to find the real value, I'm starting to wonder: does it even make sense talking about a resonant frequency of water molecules?

I understand everything written here. But the last point, I cannot get, at all. How does it point towards Quantization of the two motions, since the energy change is not sudden, but gradual? And if ...

I recently learnt that intermolecular force is the force of attraction between molecules and van der Waals force does the same so is there any difference ?

According to the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, the $21\,{\rm cm}$ line of hydrogen can be emitted by the neutral hydrogen atom due to the magnetic interaction between the spins of the proton ...

How can we say that the no. of degrees of freedom for a $N$-atom molecule is $3N$? How to $\mathbb{prove}$ it? I have heard people saying that for each atom, there are 3-independent variables to ...

My textbook asks the question why a liquid cools down when partial evaporation occurs just below the surface at a temperature below the boiling point. The answer is of course that only those ...

I looked it up and found the formula to calculate number of vibrational degrees of freedom.I got it how they came up with this formula. It was (3N-5) where N stands for total number of atoms in a ...

I've been reading about water on the Sun. The water they talk about is supposedly in a gaseous state because the Sun is so hot. But I'm wondering how even that could exist. Wouldn't the extreme ...

Suppose we have a gas of $N$ diatomic molecules (ex $O_2$) with one-molecule hamiltonian being: $$\mathcal{H} = \frac{\vec{p}_1^2}{2m}+\frac{\vec{p}_2^2}{2m} + V(r_{rel}) $$ Where $r_{rel}$ is the ...

I was wondering about how many elementary particles form up one molecule of $H_2O$. What I thought of is the following: Hydrogen : 0 neutrons, 1 electron, 1 proton; electron is elementary and proton ...

Ok, I have 2 very different values for degree of freedom(DOF) of diatomic molecules arising due to the difference in the vibrational DOF of the diatomic molecules. According to this DOF wiki page:- ...

Temperature is the proportional measure of kinetic energy of the random motion of the constituent micro particles in a system as per wikipedia. Now I understand that O2 molecules are randomly moving ...

I read in a paper that the external potential diverges for 3D molecules, but I don't really understand what does this mean. In the paper, the objective is to build feature vectors for the external (...

Just question out of curiosity. If I would let something mix in the blender and let time go to infinity, will all molecules be separated eventually, i.e. if I open up the blender it will be gas? Or ...

Take a molecule, whose atoms have a symmetry $S\in \text{O}(3)$ (i.e. S permutes the atoms). $S$ also acts on the wavefuncion $\psi(x_1,...,x_n)$ of the $n$ electrons in the molecule, by its action ...

Is it possible, at least in principle, to start with the Schrodinger/Dirac/Klein-Gordon equations to model elementary particles and their interactions and to obtain in the end molecular bound systems? ...

My question stems from a derivation given in chapter 12 of R. McWeeny's Methods of Molecular Quantum Mechanics for solving linear response equations via variational perturbation theory. (Linear ...

I am currently moving two sugar molecules apart and would like to analyse the work done on separating them (and thus moving them apart from a distance of 3.5 Å to 30 Å). The values I am given by this ...

I have a molecule with a symmetry group $S_3=D_3$. I have to determine if it has a non-zero electric and/or magnetic dipole moment using the representation theory. I'm using the book of Jones "Groups, ...

I started a mock paper for one of my entrance exams with this fairly easy question. I rearranged the equation and got 5/2, knowing that a diatomic molecule has a Cv of 5/2, i concluded that the answer ...

The notation (which I found in the abstract of this paper) is $$\mathrm{O}_{2} \ \ a\,{}^{1} Δ_{g} ← X\,{}^{3}Σ^{-}_{g}. $$ Any help with this? I understand it's talking about quantum states of ...

I am curious to know the conditions required for any two or more atoms to bond together and form a stable molecule. Is their a set of rules that should be satisfied?

I've recently gotten into molecular dynamics (MD), and I was wondering the following: how can one simulate only small parts of proteins, e.g. up to 10AA? I am fond of e.g., Gromacs, where whole ...

How does the surface of water behave like a stretched membrane? What's the cause for that? I know that the surface molecules experience a net force downward so there is dense layer of water molecules ...

I came across some notes in which the author swiftly made this comment, that if there's always a large gap between the HOMO and the LUMO along a chemical reaction ("large" can mean at least bigger ...

I notice that online definitions of this experimental law always say, molecules or atoms. From the Wikipedia article on Avogadro's Law: $${\frac {V_{1}}{n_{1}}}={\frac {V_{2}}{n_{2}}}$$ The ...

A show on the weather channel said that as a water molecule ascends in the atmosphere it cools. Does it make sense to talk about the temperature of a single molecule?

I struggle to find how to estimate the volume occupied by one atom in a compound. As an example let's take $\beta$-Ga$_2$O$_3$, since that's the material on which I work the most. The crystal ...

I initially started to be interested in fluid pressure and pipes to learn electricity. It seemed the only way I could help my head to get around some electrical concepts. That's the reason of my ...

Can't we measure the boiling point of a liquid in a closed vessel

I am taking a course in cold chemistry and different types of interaction seem to be an important cornerstone in the course. I am looking for a book that might cover the topics of molecules in ...

The answer is probably no. But can you make a metal denser by melting it and make it cool down under high pressure? Or would it just crack under internal stress when it returns to a solid? I'm going ...

In biology, the concept of parity emerges in the context of chiral molecules, where two molecules exist with the same structure but opposite parity. Interestingly, one enantiomer often strongly ...

I'm running Monte Carlo simulations of a neon beam hitting a $\beta$-gallium oxide target. I set the initial bulk composition to be made of 40% gallium and 60% oxygen (Ga$_2$O$_3$). The simulations ...

I'm no expert in physics, but I was just wondering if breaking apart $\rm CO_2$ into oxygen and carbon would be possible using certain electromagnetic wave?

I'm making a short seminar about VERY broad topic of fullerenes in photovoltaics, but I'd like it to be educational (not just full of words hard to audience to make them think I'm smart). In one of ...

For a weakly bonded molecular dimer (when two atoms are interacting through van der Waal (vdW) interaction). Do the distribution of pair correlation function and vibrationally average bond-length ...

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