Problem: If the rate law for the following reaction is found to be the following:Rate = [Cl2]3/2 • [HCCl3]. What are the units for the rate constant, k? Cl2 (g) + HCCl3 → (g) HCl (g)  +   CCl4 (g) 

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If the rate law for the following reaction is found to be the following:

Rate = [Cl2]3/2 • [HCCl3]. 

What are the units for the rate constant, k? 

Cl2 (g) + HCCl3 → (g) HCl (g)  +   CCl4 (g)

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