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Please help:) In an HCl molecule, we assume Cl to be of very heavy mass and H alone oscillating. If the oscillation of the HCl molecule shows a frequency of 9.1949*10^13 Hz, deduce the force constant. given:Avogadro constant=6*10^26 per Kgmol.

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isnt this chemistry?
ur on the physics section xD
ya I am on physics sec cos this question comes under shm @lilfayfay

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@mahmit2012 please help me:)
i dont know chem!
this come under physics. simple harmonic motion.
ohh it looked like chem lol xD
lol I'm curious. The force constant is that of G?
\[\omega = \sqrt{\frac{k}{\mu}}\] where k is the force constant and mu is the reduced mass. You're essentially told to approximate the reduced mass as the mass of the H atom alone, because it's about 35x lighter than the Cl atom.
Thanx a lot:)

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