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At a certain fixed temperature, the reaction A(g) + 2 B(g) AB2(g) is found to be first order in the concentration of A and zero order in the...

At a certain fixed temperature, the reaction A(g) + 2 B(g) → AB2(g)

is found to be first order in the concentration of A and zero order in the concentration of B. The reaction rate constant is 0.0646 s−1. If 2.000 moles of A and 4.000 moles of B are placed in a 1.000 liter container, how many seconds will elapse before the concentration of A has fallen to 0.300 mol/liter?

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29.365 s  seconds will elapse... View the full answer

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For the reaction with first order in A, the following equation is used. ln [A] - ln [A o ]= - k * t Where: [A] = Final... View the full answer

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