Problem: The first-order rate constant for the reaction A (green) → B (yellow) is 0.063 min-1. The scenes below represent the reaction mixture at two different times:What is the time at which the second scene occurs?

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The first-order rate constant for the reaction A (green) → B (yellow) is 0.063 min-1. The scenes below represent the reaction mixture at two different times:

What is the time at which the second scene occurs?


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