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Ch.13 - Chemical Kinetics
Ch.14 - Chemical Equilibrium
Ch.15 - Acid and Base Equilibrium
Ch.16 - Aqueous Equilibrium
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Solution:
Cyclopentadiene (C5H6) reacts with itself to form dicyclopentadiene (C10H12). A 0.0400 M solution of C5H6 was monitored as a function of time as the reaction 2C5H6 C10H12 proceeded. The following data were collected:
Time (s) [C5H6] (M)
0.0 0.0400
50.0 0.0300
100.0 0.0240
150.0 0.0200
200.0 0.0174
Plot [C5H6] versus time.

Solution: Cyclopentadiene (C5H6) reacts with itself to form dicyclopentadiene (C10H12). A 0.0400 M solution of C5H6 was monitored as a function of time as the reaction 2C5H6 C10H12 proceeded. The following data

Problem
Cyclopentadiene (C5H6) reacts with itself to form dicyclopentadiene (C10H12). A 0.0400 M solution of C5H6 was monitored as a function of time as the reaction 2C5H6 C10H12 proceeded. The following data were collected:

Time (s) [C5H6] (M)
0.0 0.0400
50.0 0.0300
100.0 0.0240
150.0 0.0200
200.0 0.0174

Plot [C5H6] versus time.