Looking at the table youve filled in for part A of Question 1 of the Exp 23

Looking at the table youve filled in for part A of Question 1 of the Exp 23


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Question 1

Looking at the table you've filled in for part A of Question #1 of the Exp. 23 Pre-Laboratory Questions found in your lab manual, what is the initial concentration of Afor Experiment 1?

Question 2

Looking at the table you've filled in for part A of Question #1 of the Exp. 23 Pre-Laboratory Questions found in your lab manual,what is the initial concentration ofBfor Experiment 1?

Question 3

Looking at the table you've filled in for part A of Question #1 of the Exp. 23 Pre-Laboratory Questions found in your lab manual, what is the initial rate for consumingAin Experiment 1?

Question 4

Based on the information in the table you completed,determine the reaction orders with respect to A and B.

Question 5

What is the overall order of the reaction?

Question 6

Calculate the specific rate constant for each reaction mixture (Experiments 1, 2 and 3) and use those values to calculate the average rate constant for the reaction. What is the average rate constant? (Answers are given in units of [1/(M*s)]

Question 7

Based on the information provided in Question #1 of the Exp. 23 Pre-Laboratory Questions found in your lab manual, and your answers to the above questions, write the rate law expression for the reaction. (Assume the rate constant has units of [1/(M*s)] )

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