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You perform a series of experiments for the reaction and find that the rate law has the form rate = k[A]

x. Determine the value of x in each of the following cases:

  1. There is no rate change when [A]0 is tripled.
  2. The rate increases by a factor of 9 when [A]0 is tripled.
  3. When [A]0 is doubled, the rate increases by a factor of 8

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Part 1 1) x=0 2) Hence value of x=2 3) Hence value of x=3 PART 2 Units for rate is Ms^-1 ,Mmin^-1 where M is the molarity... View the full answer

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