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I have question about ionic bonds

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    @Jemurray3 , whenever you are free

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    Go for it!

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    are you good with quantum mechanics and wave equation?

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    What's the question?

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    so in molecular bond, there are rotational and and virbrational energy vibrational energy is given by (n+1/2) h w so what is vibrational energy for n=0 to n=1 ?

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    I don't know what you mean. Do you mean how much energy does it require to excite the molecule into its n=1 mode of vibration?

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    yes

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    pretty clearly just hw, right? Because n=0 is hw/2, and n=1 is 3hw/2.

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    why is it just hw not hw/2?

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    or are we subtracting?

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    when n = 0, E = hw/2. When n = 1, E = 3hw/2. In order to get from one to the other, the system needs to increase in energy by hw.

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    got it

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    There are two types of bonds. Covalent and Ionic. In an ionic bond, electrons are lost and gained. In a covalent bond, electrons are shared.

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