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Up: Back to the Chemistry 2710 assignment index Chemistry 2710 Review Problem for the March 3-5 Lectures We have been studying the reaction Suppose that the rate constants can be estimated from experimental data (they can, from experiments to be discussed later) and that their values are, approximately, , and . Is it appropriate to use either the equilibrium or steady-state approximation? Why? If
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Unformatted text preview: , roughly what is the value of b after the induction period but before significant amounts of product have accumulated? What is the initial rate? Further suppose that we want a maximum of 1% of the A initially present to react during the initial rate experiment. Roughly how long should we allow the reaction to proceed? Marc Roussel Mon Mar 6 14:22:37 MST 2000...
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