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It takes 238 kJ/mol to break a carbon-iodine bond. Calculate the frequency of light for which one carbon-iodine bond could be broken by absorbing a single photon.
a) 5.03 x 10-7s-1
b) 5.96 x 1011 s-1
c) 3.59 x 1035 s-1
d) 3.59 x 1038 s-1
e) 5.96 x 1014 s-1
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