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The reduction of NO(g ) by H2(g ) is first order in each of the reactants. The rate con- stant for this reaction measured at 1100 K is 240 M1s1.

The reduction of NO(g ) by H2(g ) is first order in each of the reactants. The rate con- stant for this reaction measured at 1100 K is 240 M−1s−1. Calculate the initial rate of the NO reduction at 1100 K if 400.00 mg of NO and 600.00 mg of H2 are confined to a 5.00 L reaction vessel.
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The reduction of NO(g ) by H2(g ) is first order in each of the reactants. The rate con­ stant for this reaction measured at 1100 K is 240 M−1s−1. Calculate the initial...

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