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Rate Law

Q. The following reaction is first order in [A] and second order in [B]. If [A] is halves and [B] is doubled, the rate of the reaction will: (A) remain the same. (B) be increased by a factor of 2. (C) be increased by a factor of 4. (D) be increased by a factor of 8.

Solved • Dec 4, 2019

Rate Law

Q. Initial rate data for the reaction: 2N2O5 (g) → 4 NO2 (g) + O2 (g) are given in the table. What is the rate law for this reaction? a)Rate = k[N2O5] b)Rate = k[N2O5]^2 c)Rate = k[N2O5]^4/3[O2]^2 d)Rate = k[N2O5]^2[O2]

Solved • Dec 4, 2019

Rate Law

Q. Use this information in the picture to write a rate law for this reaction and calculate the value of the rate constant K. Round to three sig figs. Thank you.

Solved • Nov 26, 2019

Rate Law

Q. Use the information in the picture to write the rate law for this reaction and calculate the value of the rate constant K. Round to three sig figs

Solved • Nov 26, 2019

Rate Law

Q. 1. You are working in a chemistry laboratory and want to determine the mechanism for the following reaction: CH3CH2CH2Br + -OH → CH3CH2CH2OH + Br^- a. Your first step is to determine the rate law for the reaction. In the table below are some of the conditions you will use. Fill out the rest of the table with the missing conditions needed to determine the rate law for the reaction. b. Copy your [-OH] answers from part a into the table below. You determine that the reaction is first order in CH3CH2CH2Br and first order in -OH. Fill out the table with the initial rates that you expect. c. What is the rate law for the reaction? d. From the rate law that you determined, what can you tell about the mechanism of the reaction?

Solved • Nov 20, 2019

Rate Law

Q. 1. You are working in a chemistry laboratory and want to determine the mechanism for the following reaction: CH3CH2CH2Br + -OH → CH3CH2CH2OH + Br^- a. Your first step is to determine the rate law for the reaction. In the table below are some of the conditions you will use. Fill out the rest of the table with the missing conditions needed to determine the rate law for the reaction. b. Copy your [-OH] answers from part a into the table below. You determine that the reaction is first order in CH3CH2CH2Br and first order in -OH. Fill out the table with the initial rates that you expect.

Solved • Nov 20, 2019

Rate Law

Q. Some measurements of the initial rate of a certain reaction are given the table below (see attaached image). Use this information to write a rate law for this reaction, and calculate the value of the rate constant k. Round your value for the rate constant to 3 significant digits. Also be sure your answer has the correct unit symbol.

Solved • Nov 19, 2019