Homework 5 solutions

# Homework 5 solutions - 10 Note your answers will differ if...

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Note: your answer will vary if you used T = 900 K and k = 1.410 s -1 .

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Again, your answers will be different if you used T = 900K. First, take note that each rate constant in the data table must be multiplied by a factor of 10 +10 , in order to get the accurate value (i.e. the rate constant at 270K = 3.43x10

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Unformatted text preview: +10 ). Note: your answers will differ if you used a different temperature. Note, a rate law must not contain any intermediates. To get full credit, you must write [HOI] in terms of reactants. The way to do this is shown below....
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