Answer to Question #58034 in General Chemistry for Molly Marino

Question #58034
1. Suppose that the reaction A to B has a rate=k[A]^1. How would the reaction rate change if [A] was tripled? [A] was halved? 2. Suppose that the reaction 2A to B has a Rate=k[A]^2. How would the reaction rate change if [A] was tripled ? [A] was halved? 3. Suppose that the reaction A+B to C has a rate law of Rate=k[A]^1[B]^1. How would the reaction rate change if [A] was doubled [A] and [B] each doubled [A] doubled and [B] Halved
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09.01.17, 20:01

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Adnan Al Amleh
08.01.17, 05:15

. Suppose that the reaction 2A + B to 2c has a Rate=k[A]^2[B]. And the Rate of Disappearance of B = 1.25 × 1O^-6 mol/L.s And the Rate of of formation of Al = 2.5 × 1O^-6 at the instant when [A] = [B] = 0. 1 mol/L .Calculate the Rate constant ?

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