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Need help on ozone chemistry anyone?

  1. Mar 3, 2010 #1
    1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
    Ozone dissociate according to this reaction

    O3 ---> O2 + O /_\H = +106.4KJmol-1

    (1) Calculate how much energy is required in Joules to dissociate a single molecule of ozone?

    (2) Determine the wavelenght of light that has this energy. What region of the electro magnetic spectrum does this correspond to?

    (3) Does light of this wavelenght actually cause the dissociation of ozone? explain your answer.

    Na= L = 6.022x10^23


    i would really appreciate help with this or an understanding - ive understood the atmospheric topics but cant get my head around this!

    thanks

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