We’re being asked to solve graphically the instantaneous rate in M/s at t = 5000 s based on the data for the isomerization of methyl isonitrile (CH3NC) to acetonitrile (CH3CN).
An instantaneous reaction rate is the rate at a particular moment in the reaction and is usually determined graphically and can be calculated as:
Δ[ ] = change in concentration
Δt = change in time
To do so, we will make a graph of the concentration of CH3CN in M (y-axis) vs. time in s (x-axis)
|Time (s)||[CH3NC] (M)|
Solve graphically the instantaneous rate in M/s at t = 5000 s.
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