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Ch.1 - Intro to General Chemistry
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Ch.7 - Quantum Mechanics
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Solution: It takes light with a wavelength of 212 nm to break the NH bond in ammonia. What energy is required and what is the NH bond strength? 1. 6.6×10−22 kJ/photon, 4 × 10−4 kJ/mol 2. 9.4 × 10−19 kJ/photon, 565 kJ/mol 3. 9.4 × 10−22 kJ/photon, 565 kJ/mol  4. 6.6 × 10−22 kJ/photon, 0.40 kJ/mol 5. 9.4 × 10−22 kJ/photon, 565,000 kJ/mol

Problem

It takes light with a wavelength of 212 nm to break the NH bond in ammonia. What energy is required and what is the NH bond strength?

1. 6.6×10−22 kJ/photon, 4 × 10−4 kJ/mol

2. 9.4 × 10−19 kJ/photon, 565 kJ/mol

3. 9.4 × 10−22 kJ/photon, 565 kJ/mol 

4. 6.6 × 10−22 kJ/photon, 0.40 kJ/mol

5. 9.4 × 10−22 kJ/photon, 565,000 kJ/mol