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Unformatted text preview: 3 , is a participant in some other known reactions that involve oxides of nitrogen. 2) Applying the pseudo steadystate approximation to the mechanism provided in class for: H 2 + Br 2 Æ 2 HBr What is the rate expression for the production of HBr? Obtain an expression for the intermediates, H and Br radicals as a function of the measurable quantities. At low conversion, the inhibition step may be neglected, in which case, what is the rate expression for the production of HBr? 3) Folger problem 710 (ac), p. 460. Derive the rate laws for the following enzymatic using the preequilibrium to develop the rate laws. 4) Folger problem 711 (a,b), p. 460...
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 Fall '07
 ChristinaChan
 pH, Kinetics, Chemical reaction, Rate equation, Nitrogen dioxide

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