We’re given the following first order reaction:
SO2Cl2 → SO2 + Cl2
The integrated rate law for a first order reaction is as follows:
[A]t = concentration at time t
k = rate constant
t = time, [A]0 = initial concentration.
We’re being asked to determine the time it would take for the reaction to be 95% complete. Since no concentration is given, we can use the given percentages in place of concentration.
The first-order reaction SO2Cl2 → SO2 + Cl2 is 10% complete in 80 min. How long would it take for the reaction to be 95% complete?
(a) 1.8 min
(b) 104 min
(c) 530 min
(d) 2300 min
(e) 990 min
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