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Our expression for total energy is just going to be our electronic energy of a molecule in a given state + the vibrational energy.1428
We have an equation for the observed, the calculated frequency of absorption, 1447
that is going to equal the energy of the total energy of the upper state – the, 1455
we will use a single prime for the total energy of the lower state I will use a double prime for that.1463
And we have expression for that, it is going to be the electronic energy prime + ν sub E prime × R prime + ½ - X sub E prime ν sub E prime × R + ½² - the total energy for the lower which consists of the electronic energy of lower state + ν sub E double prime × R double prime + ½ 1475
- X sub E double prime ν sub E double prime R double prime + ½².1493
When we expanded and solve this, we get it in a previous lesson we got ν equal to the upper electronic energy - the lower electronic energy + ½ ν sub E upper -1/4 X sub E ν sub E upper - ½ ν sub E lower -1/4 X sub E ν sub E lower1538
+ ν sub E upper R upper – X sub E upper ν sub E upper R upper × R upper + 1.1604
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