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2. Given the vibrational temperature of HCl is 4227 K,
a) what is qvib at a temperature of 2600 K,
keeping the zero point energy? and referenced to v = 0?
b) what is qvib at a temperature of 3100 K,
keeping the zero point energy and referenced to v= 0?
c) What is the vibrational contribution to CV, at the temperature 2600 K?

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The solution explains how to find the contribution in question step by step using concepts of constant volume heat capacity and vibrational energy levels.

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