Figure 5.1:

Morse potential for H_2 and HF.

Code for Figure 5.1

Text of the GNU GPL.

main.m


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D = 109.5;
B = 1.94;
re = .742;
r = [0:.01:5]';
V = D*(exp(-2*B*(r-re)) - 2*exp(-B*(r-re)));
temp = [r V];

D = 140.5;
B = 2.22;
re = .917;
V = D*(exp(-2*B*(r-re)) - 2*exp(-B*(r-re)));
temp = [temp V];

save -ascii morse.dat temp;

if (~ strcmp (getenv ('OMIT_PLOTS'), 'true')) % PLOTTING
plot(temp(:,1), temp(:,2:3));
axis ([0,5,-150,200]);
% TITLE
end % PLOTTING