Rate Law represents an equation for a chemical reaction that connects the reaction rate with the concentrations or pressures of the reactants and the rate constant.
Where k is the rate constant
A and B are reactants
x and y are reactant orders
*If the reaction is a single step, the reactant orders can be determined from stoichiometry.
Consider the following mechanism.
Determine the rate law for the overall reaction (where the overall rate constant is represented as k).
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