Problem: What is the half-life for the decomposition of O3 when the concentration of O3 is 2.35 × 10−6 M? The rate constant for this second-order reaction is 50.4 L/mol/h.

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The integrated rate law for a second-order reaction is shown below:

Where:

[A]t = amount at time t
[A]0 = initial amount
k = rate constant
t = time

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What is the half-life for the decomposition of O3 when the concentration of O3 is 2.35 × 10−6 M? The rate constant for this second-order reaction is 50.4 L/mol/h.

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