Problem: The oxidation of nitrogen monoxide by oxygen at 25°C 2NO + O2 → 2NO2 is second order in NO and third order overall. Complete the rate law for this reaction in the box below.Use the form k[A]m[B]n. If either m or n is -1, don't enter the 1. Omit concentrations to the zero power.

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The oxidation of nitrogen monoxide by oxygen at 25°C 

2NO + O2 → 2NO2 

is second order in NO and third order overall. 

Complete the rate law for this reaction in the box below.

Use the form k[A]m[B]n. If either m or n is -1, don't enter the 1. Omit concentrations to the zero power.

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