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Homework Help: Chemistry 151

Posted by Michael on Friday, March 29, 2013 at 4:38pm.

A minimum energy of 225 kJ/mol is required to break a certain chemical bond in a compound. What is the
longest wavelength of radiation (in nm and angstroms, ; 1 = 10−10 m) necessary to break the bond? In
which region of the electromagnetic spectrum does this radiation lie?

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