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Solution: For the reaction,2NO(g) + 2H2(g) → N2(g) + 2H2O(g)at a particular time the concentration of NO was decreasing at an instantaneous rate of 0.54 moles L−1s-1. What is the rate of reaction?a) 0.54 moles L−1s-1b) 0.27 moles L−1s-1c) 2.16 moles L−1s-1d) 1.08 moles L−1s-1e) 0.135 moles L−1s-1

Problem

For the reaction,

2NO(g) + 2H2(g) → N2(g) + 2H2O(g)

at a particular time the concentration of NO was decreasing at an instantaneous rate of 0.54 moles L−1s-1. What is the rate of reaction?

a) 0.54 moles L−1s-1

b) 0.27 moles L−1s-1

c) 2.16 moles L−1s-1

d) 1.08 moles L−1s-1

e) 0.135 moles L−1s-1