1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data See attached image. Match the type of system or situation to the appropriate energy level diagram. 1) hadronic (such as +) 2) idealized quantized spring-mass oscillator 3) nuclear (such as the nucleus of a carbon atom) 4) vibrational states of a diatomic molecule such as O2 5) rotational states of a diatomic molecule such as O2 6) electronic, vibrational, and rotational states of a diatomic molecule such as O2 7) electronic states of a single atom such as hydrogen 2. Relevant equations No equations. 3. The attempt at a solution I know the typical spacing between levels in a hadronic system is 10^8 eV = 100 MeV I know the typical spacing between levels in a nuclear system is 10^6 eV = 1 MeV I know the typical spacing between rotational states is 10^-4 eV = 0.0001 eV I know that vibrational states are graphed using a parabolic function. I know g. measures delta E_rot, delta E_elec and delta E_vib. Finally, I've been working with the model for the electronic states of a hydrogen atom a lot so I'm sure it's b. because it has 4 energy levels, the ground state is far below the rest, and its an inverse graph. What stumps me is an idealized quantized spring-mass oscillator. I don't know what that is, but I only have one remaining graph (e.) so why is my answer wrong?