Problem: The first-order decomposition of N2O at 1000 K has a rate constant of 0.76 s‒1. If the initial concentration of N2O is 10.9 M, what is the concentration of N 2O after 9.6 s?     A) 1.0 × 10‒3 MB) 8.7 × 10‒3 MC) 1.4 × 10‒3 MD) 3.6 × 10‒3 ME) 7.4 × 10‒3 M

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The first-order decomposition of N2O at 1000 K has a rate constant of 0.76 s‒1. If the initial concentration of N2O is 10.9 M, what is the concentration of N 2O after 9.6 s?     

A) 1.0 × 10‒3 M

B) 8.7 × 10‒3 M

C) 1.4 × 10‒3 M

D) 3.6 × 10‒3 M

E) 7.4 × 10‒3 M

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