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Solution: The following reaction has a one-step mechanism:2 A (g) + B ...

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The following reaction has a one-step mechanism:

2 A (g) + B (g) → 2 C (g).

If 10.0 mol of A and 4.0 mol of B are mixed in a 10.0 L container and the rate constant is

0.30M -2• s -1 , what is the rate after half of A has been consumed?

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