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Use the data in Table 13.2 to calculate the rate of the reaction at the time when $\left[\mathrm{F}_{2}\right]=0.010 \mathrm{M}$ and $\left[\mathrm{ClO}_{2}\right]$ $=0.020 M$.

$$2.4 \times 10^{-4} \mathrm{M} / \mathrm{s}$$

Chemistry 102

Chapter 6

Chemical Kinetics

Kinetics

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Hello. So today we're going to be looking at the reaction between these two compounds and we're going to try toe, figure out the rate line from that, determine the rate. So let's start here. So we noticed that So we have the concentration of floor in here concentration of this here on the right, Right here. So notice that here the between these two scenarios, the concentration of flooring doesn't change. But this concentration right here en creatures by four, so could ripples. And if you notice here, this also increases by four. So that means that the rate is equal to a constant times the concentration of flooring to some power, the concentration of this to some power. So we'll notice that if we increase this by four, this increases by four. So that means that it will be to the first power right here. So now let's take a look at between thes two trials right here. So we'll notice that this these to these concentrations remained the same. However, this doubled. And if we look over here, this also doubled. So that means the concentration of flooring is also in. Ah. One is also to the one power. So now that we sort of know what the right can write laws looking like, how about we plug in some values to determine the rate constant? So you have 1.2 times 10 to the negative three similarity for second sequel to okay, 10 0.10 molar ity and zero point ones 010 polarity. So we will see at the rate constant if we do some math is 1.2 and it's similarity to the negative one seconds to the negative one. So now we know the rate constant and so we know the rate law. So now how about we look at this situation where the concentration of flooring this equal to 0.1 clarity and the concentration off this right here is 0.20 similarity. So now let's find our eight. So our rate, it's legal to very constant times the concentration of floor concentration of flooring and the other concentration, and we will see if we do some math that our rate is 0.0 24 hilarity per second.

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