Vibrations of Hydrogen Cyanide

Adjust the appearance of the molecule and the vectors corresponding to the movements using the check boxes to optimise the view.
Advanced – The symmetry for each vibration is also shown.

Jmol.jmolCheckbox(jmolApplet0, “frame all”, “frame 1”, “Show all vibrations”);
Jmol.jmolCheckbox(jmolApplet0, “vibration on”, “vibration off”, “vibration”, “checked”);
Jmol.jmolCheckbox(jmolApplet0, “vectors 0.05”, “vectors off”, “vectors”, “checked”);

Jmol.jmolRadioGroup(jmolApplet0, [
[“color vectors yellow”, null, “checked”],
“color vectors purple”
Jmol.jmolRadioGroup(jmolApplet0, [
[“spacefill off”, null, “checked”],
“spacefill 20%”,
“spacefill 100%”

Jmol.jmolCheckbox(jmolApplet0, “wireframe on”, null, “wireframe on”, “checked”);
Jmol.jmolCheckbox(jmolApplet0, “spin on”, “spin off”, “spin”);

  • 3N-5 frequencies for linear systems of N atoms
  • 3N-6 frequencies for non-linear systems of N atoms

Other molecules to explore

Hydrogen Cyanide | Carbon Dioxide | Water | Ammonia | Boron Trifluoride | Methane | Ethylene(Ethene) | PF5 | Fe(CO)5 | Benzene


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