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The decomposition of N2O5 in solution in carbon tetrachloride proceeds via the reaction 2 N2O5 (soln) 4 NO2 (soln) + O2 (soln) The reaction is first...

The decomposition of N2O5 in solution in carbon tetrachloride proceeds via the reaction
2 N2O5 (soln) → 4 NO2 (soln) + O2 (soln)
The reaction is first order and has a rate constant of 4.82 × 10-3 s-1 at 64°C. If the reaction is initiated
with 0.058 mol in a 1.00-L vessel, how many moles remain after 151 s?
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Chemical Kinetics
Differential Rate Laws
Each rate law contains a constant, k, called the rate constant. Zero-Order Reaction
For a zero-order reaction, the rate of reaction is a constant. When the...

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