Problem: For a second-order reaction, a straight line is obtained from a plot ofa) [A] vs. t      b) ln(1/t) vs. [A]      c) ln(t) vs. [A]      d) 1/[A] vs. t      e) ln[A] vs. t

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For a second-order reaction, a straight line is obtained from a plot of

a) [A] vs. t      

b) ln(1/t) vs. [A]      

c) ln(t) vs. [A]      

d) 1/[A] vs. t      

e) ln[A] vs. t

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