Date: Tue, 05 Nov 2002 15:44:52 -0500

Author: "Fred Stein"

Subject: Re: Diatomic elements

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For all other elements, the bound diatomic state lies at a higher energy
than the bound state (energy is released for H2, N2, etc).
Fred

Dr. Fredrick M. Stein
Director of Education and Outreach
American Physical Society
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College Park, MD 20740-3844
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>>> erikh@email.arizona.edu 11/05/02 02:54PM >>>
'Just curious, does anybody know why there's only 7 diatomic elements-- I
couldn't answer this question...

Erik Herman
University of Arizona
College of Science
Teacher Prep Program



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For all other elements, the bound diatomic state lies at a

higher energy than the bound state (energy is released for H2, N2,
etc).

Fred

 

Dr. Fredrick M. Stein
Director of Education and
Outreach
American Physical Society
One Physics Ellipse
College Park
, MD
20740-3844
(301) 209-3263
(301) 209-0865 fax
href="mailto:stein@aps.org">stein@aps.org
href="http://www.aps.org/educ">http://www.aps.org/educ/


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erikh@email.arizona.edu 11/05/02 02:54PM >>>
'Just curious, does

anybody know why there's only 7 diatomic elements-- I
couldn't answer thi
s
question...

Erik Herman
University of Arizona
College of
Science
Teacher Prep Program


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