Calculate the initial rate for the formation of C \rm C at 25 ?
A =2, B =1 k[A]^2
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The rate of a chemical reaction is defined as the change in concentration of substance (reactant or product) per unit time. It is expressed in M/S.
Order of the reaction is a number, which indicates the raise of concentration of the substance.
The term significant figures refer to the meaningful digits in it.
The given three different sets of initial concentrations are used to find the order of each reactant by combining different rate equations. The order of reactant A is 2 and the order of reactant B is 1.
The value of rate constant is obtained by substituting the concentrations of A and B and the initial rate value into the rate equation.
The initial rate for the formation of reactant, C at 25 °C is
The initial rate for the formation of reactant C is obtained by substituting the concentrations of A and B and the value of rate constant into the rate equation.