00510.0pointsIf the rate of reaction increases by a factorof 2.3 when the concentration of reactant in-creases by a factor of 1.5, what is the order ofthe reaction with respect to this reactant?
1.2correct2.1.53.14.35.4Explanation:006
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Consider the rate constants below.Whichwould correspond to the highest order reac-tion?
Units of M
−
2
·
s
−
1
would correspond to a
3
rd
order reaction.
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The following data were obtained in four sep-
arate experiments measuring the initial rates
of the reaction
A + 2 B + C
→
products
with different concentrations of reactants.
Initial
Initial
Initial
Initial
Trial
[A]
[B]
[C]
rate
M
M
M
M/s
×
10
−
2
×
10
−
2
×
10
−
3
×
10
−
8
1
1
.
5
2
.
0
1
.
2
4
.
0
2
3
.
0
2
.
0
1
.
2
8
.
0
3
3
.
0
2
.
0
2
.
4
8
.
0
4
1
.
5
3
.
0
3
.
6
9.0What are the exponents of [A], [B], and [C](in that order) in the rate law?
6.
1; 0; 2

cano (mc47235) – Homework 11 – sutcliffe – (51400)
3
Rate
3
Rate
2
=
k
[A]
1
3
[B]
y
3
[C]
z
3
k
[A]
1
2
[B]
y
2
[C]
z
2
8
.
0
8
.
0
=
parenleftbigg
3
.
0
3
.
0
parenrightbigg parenleftbigg
2
.
0
2
.
0
parenrightbigg
y
parenleftbigg
2
.
4
1
.
2
parenrightbigg
z
1 = 2
0
= 2
z
z
= 0
Rate
4
Rate
1
=
k
[A]
1
4
[B]
y
4
[C]
0
4
k
[A]
1
1
[B]
y
1
[C]
0
1
9
.
0
4
.
0
=
parenleftbigg
1
.
5
1
.
5
parenrightbigg parenleftbigg
3
.
0
2
.
0
parenrightbigg
y
2
.
25 = 1
.
5
y
ln 2
.
25 =
y
ln 1
.
5
y
=
ln 2
.
25
ln 1
.
5
= 2
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A hypothetical reaction
A + 2 B
→
C + D
is found to be first order in A and second order
in B. What are the units of
k
, the specific rate
constant, if reaction rate is expressed in units
of M/s?
1.
M
·
s
−
1
2.
M
2
·
s
−
1
3.
M
−
2
·
s
−
1
correct
4.
M
−
3
·
s
5.
M
−
1
·
s
Explanation:
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Yes, this is the one you have to try plots for.
Use any graphing program or programmable
calculator if you have one. You WONT have
to do this for the exam. The program should
be able to give you the slope. It might not ex-
actly agree with the value given in the choices
here but it should be quite close.

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