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Help me Please..This is Physics.Chem The Force of interaction between two atoms in a certain diatomic molecules can be requested by F=-\[\frac{a}{r^2}\] + \[\frac{b}{r^3}\], in w/c a and b are positive constants and r is the separation distance between the atom

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    post the qn in physics section p[lease

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    a. Show that the separation at equilibrium is b/a b. show that for small oscillation about this equilibrium separation the force constant is \[\frac{a^4}{b^4}\] c. find the period of this motion.

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    @AravindG I've got no reponse there so i tried here. :)

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    its better you wait!! patience counts

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