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CHAPTER 12 EXTRA HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT

CHAPTER 12 EXTRA HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT - What is the half...

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NAME:__________________________________________________ CHAPTER 12 EXTRA HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT DUE WEDNESDAY 7/09/08 1. Consider the reaction: A + 2B   C + 3D.  Using stoichiometry complete the following table: Time (s) [A] (mM) [B] (mM) [C] (mM) [D] (mM) 0 1000 1500 0 0 15 900 30 810 45 729 60 656 75 590 90 531 105 478 120 430 135 387 150 348 Using the information in your table above fill in the table below: Time interval (s) - Δ [A]/ Δ t - Δ [B]/ Δ t Δ [C]/ Δ t Δ [D]/ Δ t 0 – 15 15 – 30 30 – 45 45 – 60 60 – 90 90 – 120 120 – 150 How are the four different rates related to each other?
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Unformatted text preview: What is the half life for the reaction? 2 2. For the reaction A B, the following concentrations of A were measured: Time (s) [A] (M) 0.00 0.100 1.00 0.091 2.00 0.082 3.00 0.073 4.00 0.068 5.00 0.061 6.00 0.055 7.00 0.049 8.00 0.045 On the grid below plot [A] versus time: 3 On the grid below plot ln [A] versus time: On the grid below plot 1/[A] versus time: 4 5 What is the order of the reaction? What is the rate law for the reaction? What is the rate constant for the reaction? 6...
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