## 1.55 part c

$\Delta p \Delta x\geq \frac{h}{4\pi }$

Husnia Safi - 1K
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### 1.55 part c

How much energy would be absorbed by 1.00 mol of molecules absorbing at 3600 cm^-1?
For this question you have to multiple the energy of absorption found in part b of the question, to Avogadro's number. Why do I have to do this?

Kara Justeson 1B
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### Re: 1.55 part c

Since the energy we found in part b was Joules per molecule, you would multiply it by avogadro's number (which gives the number of molecules in a mol) in order to convert the energy to the number of joules per mol.