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Which of the following is NOT a plausible reason that a unimolecular decomposition reaction might occur?
The molecule reacts with another molecule of the same substance to form a third molecule.
Collisions of the molecule with solvent molecules.
The temperature is high enough for the molecule to decompose.
The majority of the molecules have enough energy to react as indicated by the Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution.