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Ch.13 - Chemical Kinetics
Ch.14 - Chemical Equilibrium
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Solution: Cyclopentadiene (C5H6) reacts with itself to form dicyclopentadiene (C10H12). A 0.88 M solution of C5H6 is monitored as a function of time as the reaction proceeds. A graph of In[C6H5] versus time yie

Problem

Cyclopentadiene (C5H6) reacts with itself to form dicyclopentadiene (C10H12). A 0.88 M solution of C5His monitored as a function of time as the reaction proceeds. A graph of In[C6H5] versus time yields a straight line. 

How many seconds will it take for the [C6H5] to be 0.11 M The k for the reaction is 0.17 s-1.