X → Y
• concentration of reactant [X] decreases with time (t) - X is consumed to produce product Y
• concentration of reactant [Y] increases with time (t)
• rate law - involves only the reactants
For the reaction:
X → Y
Identify what the graphs of [X] versus time and [Y] versus time would look like for various orders.
A) Zero-order [X] vs. t
B) Zero-order [Y] vs. t
C) First or Second-order [X] vs. t
D) First or Second-order [Y] vs. t
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