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Ch.1 - Intro to General Chemistry
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Ch.3 - Chemical Reactions
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Ch.13 - Chemical Kinetics
Ch.14 - Chemical Equilibrium
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Solution: The second-order decomposition of NO2 has a rate constant of 0.255 M –1s –1. How much NO2 decomposes in 4.00 seconds if the initial concentration of NO2 (1.00 L volume) is 1.33 M? A. 0.85 mol B. 0.48 mol C. 0.56 mol D. 0.77 mol E. 1.8 mol

Problem

The second-order decomposition of NO2 has a rate constant of 0.255 M –1–1. How much NO2 decomposes in 4.00 seconds if the initial concentration of NO2 (1.00 L volume) is 1.33 M?

A. 0.85 mol

B. 0.48 mol

C. 0.56 mol

D. 0.77 mol

E. 1.8 mol