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    The morse potential is D*[1-exp(-ax)]^2 , where D, a are positive constants. Show that x=0 is a stable equilibrium, and that the period of small oscillations about it is...
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    The solution describes how to find the equilbrium points of a potential and how to find the period of small oscillations about this potential using Taylor's series expansion.

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