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Posted by alexis on Thursday, November 4, 2010 at 10:13pm.

It requires 945.0 kJ/mol to break N2 molecules into atoms. Calculate the maximum wavelength of light that will still break these molecules apart.

I tried converting the energy to kj and using E=hc/wavelength but that didn't give me the right answer...

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