Chapter 22 Exercises

Chapter 22 Exercises - Exercises SAVE 22. 2B3C...

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Exercises SAVE 22.1a   The rate of the reaction A + 2 B   3 C + D was reported as 1.0 mol dm 3  s 1 . State the rates of formation and  consumption of the participants. 22.1b   The rate of the reaction A + 3 B   C + 2 D was reported as 1.0 mol dm 3  s 1 . State the rates of formation and  consumption of the participants. 22.2a   The rate of formation of C in the reaction 2 A + B   2 C + 3 D is 1.0 mol dm 3  s 1 . State the reaction rate, and  the rates of formation or consumption of A, B, and D. 22.2b    The rate of consumption of B in the reaction A + 3 B   C + 2  D  is 1.0 mol dm 3  s 1 . State the reaction rate,  and the rates of formation or consumption of A, C, and D. 22.3a   The  rate law  for the reaction in Exercise 22.1a was found to be v =  k [A][B]. What are the units of  k ? Express  the  rate law  in terms of the rates of formation and consumption of (a) A, (b) C. 22.3b   The  rate law  for the reaction in Exercise 22.1b was found to be v =  k [A][B] 2 . What are the units of  k ? Express  the  rate law  in terms of the rates of formation and consumption of (a) A, (b) C. 22.4a   The  rate law  for the reaction in Exercise 22.2a was reported as d[C]/d t = k [A][B][C]. Express the  rate law  in  terms of the reaction rate; what are the units for  k  in each case? 22.4b    The  rate law  for the reaction in Exercise 22.2b was reported as d[C]/d t = k [A][B][C] 1 . Express the  rate law  in  terms of the reaction rate; what are the units for  k  in each case? 22.5a   At 518 ° C, the rate of decomposition of a sample of gaseous acetaldehyde, initially at a  pressure  of 363 Torr,  was 1.07 Torr s 1  when 5.0 per cent had reacted and 0.76 Torr s 1  when 20.0 per cent had reacted. Determine the  order of the reaction.
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