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a) Rate = k[A][B]2
Original initial rate: 0.0220 M/s = k2
New initial rate: Rate = [½] 2 = 9/2 times the original
The reaction A + B yields C + D rate = k[A][B] 2 has an intial rate of 0.0220 M/s.
a) What will the initial rate be if [A] is halved and [B] is tripled? Answer must be in M/s.
b) What will the intial rate be if [A] is tripled and [B] is halved? Answer must be in M/s.
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