3: Vibrational Motion of the N2 molecule a)The force constant for N2 vibration is 2294 N/m. What is N2's zero-point energy? b) What is the vibrational frequency of N2? c) Where are the classical turning points for N2? (The N-N bond length is 1.1 Å). What are the probability densities at the classical turning points? d) What is the probability that the N-N bond will be at a length that is classically forbidden? Note that the integral needed to solve this problem is in the integral table in the back of the textbook.

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