Homework 6 solutions

Homework 6 solutions - concentrations of two intermediates...

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**Note: the book used T=350K for some reason. Your answers will differ if you chose a different temperature.
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Take the steady state approximation for d[R . ]/dt, but ignore the term corresponding to the termination step. This assumption is acceptable because this term involves the
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Unformatted text preview: concentrations of two intermediates being multiplied by each other. Therefore, this term is negligibly small. After writing the steady state approximation equation, solve for [R . ], as shown below:...
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