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Find the order of the reaction given initial rates and concentration. ?
** There is a typo on the photo, the third [A] (M) is actually 0.400 , not 0.053***
The answer choices are
n = 0
n = 0.5
n = 1
n = 3
Please explain how to solve.
- hcbiochemLv 71 month agoFavourite answer
The reaction is 0 order.
If it were anything else, you would expect to see a much greater change in the rate of the reaction than is seen.
The rate law for this reaction would be: Rate = k[A]^n
Rate 3/Rate 1 = 0.054/0.052 = (0.4/0.2)^n
1.04 = 2^n
n = 0
- Anonymous1 month ago
The answer: n = 0
The reaction is zeroth-order because the initial rate is constant when [A] varies. This means that the initial rate is independent of [A]. The slight variation in initial rate (0.052, 0.053 and 0.054 M/s) is due to acceptable experimental error.