Problem: The data below show the concentration of N 2O5 versus time for the following reaction: N2O5 (g) → NO3 (g) + NO2 (g) Assuming the reaction is first order, determine the value of the rate constant. Predict the concentration of N2O5 at 300 s. 

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The data below show the concentration of N 2O5 versus time for the following reaction: 

N2O5 (g) → NO3 (g) + NO2 (g) 

Assuming the reaction is first order, determine the value of the rate constant. 

Predict the concentration of N2O5 at 300 s. 


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