1.Reaction of nitric dioxide with F2 to form NO,F is believed to follow the next mechanism.kii. NO2 + Cl2k.1NO2C1 + Clk2ii. NO2 + Cl → NO2C1with k2 >> k, and k2 >> k.1(A) Write the equation for the overall reaction.(B) Write the expression for the changes of the concentration of intermediate?C) Write the differential rate law for the reaction

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1.Reaction of nitric dioxide with F2 to form NO,F is believed to follow the next mechanism.
ki
i. NO2 + Cl2
k.1
NO2C1 + Cl
k2
ii. NO2 + Cl → NO2C1
with k2 >> k, and k2 >> k.1
(A) Write the equation for the overall reaction.
(B) Write the expression for the changes of the concentration of intermediate?
C) Write the differential rate law for the reaction
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1.Reaction of nitric dioxide with F2 to form NO,F is believed to follow the next mechanism. ki i. NO2 + Cl2 k.1 NO2C1 + Cl k2 ii. NO2 + Cl → NO2C1 with k2 >> k, and k2 >> k.1 (A) Write the equation for the overall reaction. (B) Write the expression for the changes of the concentration of intermediate? C) Write the differential rate law for the reaction

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(A).Overall reaction:    

In the reaction mechanism, first we have to add all the steps and cancel out common terms.                                                                                                                                        

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NO,+Cl, +NO, +Cl–→NO,CHCHNO,Ci we get overall reaction as 2NO, +Cl, 2NO,C1

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(B).Expression for the changes of the concentration of intermediate:

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[NO,CI]C-[ci]-K, NO,CI] [NO.] rate =k[NO,][ci] [NO ] [NO.] K. =k[NO,]K. NO,CI] [NO.] [NO,CI] wherek -k.K. =k, net

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