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Morse electronic oscillator

The Morse potential, named after physicist Philip M. Morse, is a convenient interatomic interaction model for the potential energy of a diatomic molecule. It is a better approximation for the vibrational structure of the molecule than the QHO (quantum harmonic oscillator) because it explicitly includes the effects of bond breaking, such as the existence of unbound states. It also accounts for the anharmonicity of real bonds and the non-zero transition probability for overtone and combination bands. The Morse potential can also be used to model other interactions such as the interaction between an atom and a surface. Due to its simplicity (only three fitting parameters), it is not used in modern spectroscopy. However, its mathematical form inspired the MLR (Morse/Long-range) potential, which is the most popular potential energy function used for fitting spectroscopic data.

MFJ-557 Practice Morse Key & Oscillator

The MFJ-557 Deluxe Morse Code Practice Oscillator features a Morse Code straight key on a non-skid heavy steel base -- it stays put on table and doesn't move around while you're sending.The MFJ-557 lets you practice sending code at home, work, rid... Read more

TC-701 Hi-Mound Morse Key/Oscillator

TC-701 Hi-Mound Morse Key/Oscillator Here's a budget class CW key with a built-in oscillator that us ideal for practice. Smart appearance and heavy chrome finish makes this key look attractive and it works extremely well. You get adjustable travel... Read more