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Up: Back to the Chemistry 2710 assignment index Chemistry 2710 Review Problems 1. A kineticist is studying a proton-generating reaction . Solutions of A and B are rapidly mixed and the is measured as a function of time until it has changed by several tenths of a unit. 1. Argue that, if the initial concentrations of A and B are a significant fraction of 1mol/L and the initial is not too acidic, the slope of a graph of vs t will give the initial rate for this reaction. 2. In one run, the following data were obtained: Calculate the initial rate. 2. For the decomposition of dinitrogen pentoxide in tetrachloromethane ( ), the following initial rate data has been obtained: 1. Determine the empirical rate law (order of reaction and rate constant). 2. The structure of is . Do you think that this reaction is elementary? Briefly explain your reasoning. 3. For the bromination of acetone ( ), the following initial rate data were obtained:
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1. Determine the rate law (orders and rate constant). 2. Do you think that this reaction is elementary? Briefly explain your reasoning. 3. Write down a complete set of rate equations for the mechanism
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2012 for the course CHEM 2710 taught by Professor Roussel during the Fall '06 term at Lethbridge College.

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