The rate expression for a second order reaction could be A rate kA B rate kA 2

The rate expression for a second order reaction could

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68. The rate expression for a second-order reaction could be (A) rate = k[A] (B) rate = k[A]2[B] (C) rate = k[A][B] (D) rate = k[A]2[B]2 69. Electroplating processes usually involve depositing a metal from a solution of some salt or ion of the metal. This deposition occurs 70. In the widely-used portable mercury-cadmium battery one electrode consists of Cd metal in contact with insoluble Cd(OH)2in a solution of NaOH. The other electrode consists of mercury metal in contact with insoluble HgO also in a solution of NaOH. If a current of 0.1 amp is drawn from this cell for one hour, what is the change in the number of moles of elemental mercury in the cell. Return to 1988 Local Test 1. B 21. B 41. D 61. C 2. A 22. A 42. C 62. C 3. B 23. A 43. C 63. D 4. B 24. B 44. D 64. A 5. D 25. D 45. D 65. B 6. D 26. D 46. D 66. C 7. D 27. B 47. B 67. D 8. D 28. D 48. C 68. C
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9. C 29. D 49. B 69. A 10. B 30. A 50. C 70. B 11. D 31. B 51. B 12. B 32. A 52. D 13. D 33. C 53. C 14. C 34. D 54. C 15. A 35. D 55. B 16. B 36. B 56. A 17. C 37. A 57. C 18. B 38. C 58. C 19. B 39. D 59. B 20. A 40. B 60. A
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