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0.045 1.08E-06 -13.739 9.259E+05 140 0.050 1.20E-06 833333.333 120 0.036 8.62E-07 -13.964 1.160E+06 160 0.037 8.86E-07 1128668.172 140 0.025 5.99E-07 -14.328 1.669E+06 180 0.026 6.23E-07 1605136.437 Psuedo-rat e const ant Psuedo-rat e const ant slope 8.97E+03 k', Run 1 8.97E+03 slope 7.64E+03 k', Run 2 7.64E+03 2 pt s 2 pt s Run 3 Run 4 T ime (s) Absorbance T ime (s) Absorbance 10 0.297 7.11E-06 140646.000 10 0.200 6.79E-06 147275.405 2 pt s 20 0.282 6.71E-06 149031.297 20 0.252 6.03E-06 165837.479 30 0.268 6.42E-06 155763.240 30 0.244 5.84E-06 171232.877 40 0.256 6.13E-06 163132.137 40 0.235 5.63E-06 177619.893 50 0.240 5.75E-06 173913.044 50 0.225 5.39E-06 185528.757 60 0.230 5.51E-06 181488.203 60 0.218 5.22E-06 191570.881 80 0.207 4.96E-06 201612.903 70 0.210 5.03E-06 198807.157 100 0.193 4.62E-06 216450.217 80 0.201 4.81E-06 207900.208 120 0.174 4.17E-06 239808.154 100 0.189 4.53E-06 220750.552 140 0.160 3.83E-06 261096.606 120 0.176 4.21E-06 237529.691 160 0.146 3.50E-06 285714.286 140 0.165 3.95E-06 253164.557 180 0.134 3.21E-06 311526.480 160 0.152 3.64E-06 274725.275 200 0.125 2.99E-06 334448.161 180 0.149 3.57E-06 280112.045 200 0.131 3.14E-06 318471.338 220 0.124 2.97E-06 336700.337 240 0.114 2.73E-06 366300.366 260 0.107 2.56E-06 390625.000 Psuedo-rat e const ant Psuedo-rat e const ant slope 1.02E+03 k', Run 3 1.02E+03 slope 9.08E+02 k', Run 4 9.08E+02 2 pt s Run # k' ln(k') 1 0.0667 8.97E+03 -2.708 9.102 2 0.0500 7.64E+03 -2.996 8.941 3 0.0333 1.02E+03 -3.401 6.928 4 0.0167 9.08E+02 -4.094 2.958 2 pt s slope 4.6618 1 y-int 2.237E+01 Rat e Const ant , k 2.344E+22 Unit s on k mol^-1 sec^-1 2 pt s S O I BrO H O S O I BrO H S O I H BrO log(I ) S O I H BrO log(BrO ) S O I H BrO log(H ) S O I H BrO S O I H BrO E of the uncatalyzed reaction: E  =  S O I H BrO E of the catalyzed reaction: E  =  CV λ max, CV OH Volume of CV stock solution needed CV Slope and Y-intercept for Absorbance vs. [CV ] Molar Absorptivity, ε M cm DI water (mL) CV (mL) [CV ] , M [NaOH] , M For the data below place your plots to determine the order with respect to [CV+] on the next page and be sure to identify which one you are using to determine the order of the reaction (enter the order in [CV+] Ln[CV+] 1/[CV+] [CV+] 1/[CV+] 1/([CV ]) vs. time 1/([CV ]) vs. time [CV+] 1/[CV+] [CV+] 1/[CV+] 1/([CV ]) vs. time 1/([CV ]) vs. time [OH ] ln[OH ] ln(k') vs. ln([OH ]) Order w.r.t. [OH ], o Reaction Order Determination for BrO 3 - Reaction Order Determination for I - Type your calculation for the concentration of BrO here: S2O3 2- = (0.0005M)(0.0005L) = (0.0025L)(M2) M2=1e-4 M I- = (0.01M)(2.5e-4L) = (0.0025L)(M2) M2= 0.0010M HINT BOX Recall that since BrO3- and H+ where held constant, the rate law takes on the following form: Rate = B[I ] Therefore, a plot of log(Rate) vs. log(I ) will yield a straight line with a slope equal to i, the order of the reaction with respect to I . Place your plot relating to the reaction order for I here (cover this instruction box so that your graph is an appropriate size). Refer to the box above for hints. Properly label your graph (labels for axes, including units, and a title). Include a trendline and its equation and R value on your graph. This is done by right-clicking on one of the data points on your graph and choosing "Add Trendline" from the drop down menu. The first tab asks what type of trendline you wish to use, and the Options tab allows you to include the trendline equation and R value. Order with respect to I : first order (round to nearest whole number) Place your plot relating to the reaction order for BrO here (cover this instruction box so that your graph is an appropriate size). Properly label your graph (labels for axes, including units, and a title).
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