When the reaction CH3Cl(g) + H2O(g) → CH3OH(g) + HCl(g) was studied, the tabulated data were obtained. Based on these data, what are the reaction orders?
(A) CH3Cl: first order H 2O: first order
(B) CH3Cl: first order H 2O: second order
(C) CH3Cl: second order H 2O: first order
(D) CH3Cl: second order H 2O: second order
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