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Quantum Yield of a Photochemical Reaction

Quantum Yield of a Photochemical Reaction

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Question:

A light with the wave length 436 nm passed through the solution of bromine in CCl4 during the 900 s. At average, 1.919 × 10−3 J of energy per second is absorbed. After the photochemical reaction the amount of bromine decreased by 3.83 × 1019 molecules. Calculate the quantum yield.

 

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