Problem: The mechanism for the gas-phase reaction of nitrogen dioxide with carbon monoxide to form nitric oxide and carbon dioxide is thought to be Write the rate law expected for this mechanism. What is the overall balanced equation for the reaction?

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The mechanism for the gas-phase reaction of nitrogen dioxide with carbon monoxide to form nitric oxide and carbon dioxide is thought to be 

Write the rate law expected for this mechanism. What is the overall balanced equation for the reaction?

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