# Problem: The decomposition of nitramide, O2NNH2, in water has the following chemical equation and rate law. O2NNH2(aq) → N2O (g) + H2O(l) rate = [O2NNH2]/[H]                 A proposed mechanism for this reaction is.(1) O2NNH2(aq) ⇌k-1k1 O2NNH-(aq)+H+(aq)      (fast equilibrium)(2) O2NNH-(aq)→k2 N2O(aq)+OH-(aq)       (slow)(3) H+(aq)+OH-(aq)→k3H2O(l)        (fast)Determine the rate laws for each elementary step:rate 1 =rate-1 =rate 2 =rate 3 =

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when a reaction mechanism is given:

rate law only involves the reactants
▪ the coefficients of the reactants in the step are the order of the reaction with respect to that reactant

rate 1 =

Reactant → O2NNH2 only:

rate 1 = k1[O2NNH2]

rate-1 =

Reactant → O2NNH- and H+:

rate -1 = k-1[O2NNH-][H+]

rate 2 =

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The decomposition of nitramide, O2NNH2, in water has the following chemical equation and rate law.

O2NNH2(aq) → N2O (g) + H2O(l)

rate = [O2NNH2]/[H]

A proposed mechanism for this reaction is.

Determine the rate laws for each elementary step:

rate 1 =

rate-1 =

rate 2 =

rate 3 =

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