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Homework Help: phys chem

Posted by harry on Monday, April 9, 2012 at 8:12pm.

Calculate the Coulomb potential due to the nuclei at a point in a LiH molecule located 200 pm from the Li nucleus and 150 pm from the H nucleus.

just doing exam review and got stuck on just this one, be great if I could get an answer.

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