Produce significant numbers of mutations in human cells

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One recent study has shown that x rays with a wavelength of 0.0050 nm can produce significant numbers of mutations in human cells. Assuming that the bond energy holding together a water molecule is typical, use table 25.1 in the textbook to estimate how many molecular bonds could be broken with this energy. ___?___ bonds

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