We're being asked to determine which of the given statements regarding chemical kinetics is/are correct.
Let's analyze each statement given:
I. In an elementary chemical reaction, the order-dependences of reactants in the rate-law expression are given directly by the coefficients in the equation.
An Elementary reaction equation means that the reaction happens only in one step.
Which of the following statements regarding chemical kinetics is/are correct?
I In an elementary chemical reaction, the order-dependences of reactants in the rate-law expression are given directly by the coefficients in the equation
II The rate constant k is a constant under any and all reaction conditions
III If the units for the rate constant k = M-1 sec-1, the rate-law expression is second order overall
A. All statements are correct
B. Only statements I and III are correct
C. Only statements I and II are correct
D. Only statement II is correct
E. All statements are incorrect
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