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I am unable to figure out how to complete the rate law and figure out the rate constant for this problem. Thank you!

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Initial Rates
[Review Topics]
[References]
ninine Rate Law: Initial Rates
1 pts 2req
The following initial rate data are for the oxidation of nitrogen monoxide by oxygen at 25 °C:
in
2 NO + O2→2 NO2
in
aw: Write and Apply
1 pts 2req
NO],, M
[02]o, M
Experiment
Initial Rate, M s
5.50x10-3
1.10×10-2
6.83×104
1.78x104
1 pts 2req
ted Rate Law Calculation...
6.83×10-4
7.12×104
1 pts 2req
ted Rate Law Calculation...
5.50x103
3.57x104
1.37x10-3
13
1.37x103
1.43×103
1.10×102
14
cal Method: Order and k fr...
1 pts 2req
Complete the rate law for this reaction in the box below.
Use the form k[A]™[B]" , where '1' is understood for m or n and concentrations taken to the zero power do not appear.
Don't enter 1 for m or n.
Rate =
м?s1
From these data, the rate constant is
06:03 PM
O Type here to search
1/14/2020
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b My Questions | bartleby OWLV2 | Online teaching an X 9 CengageBrain - My Home LIE BlazerNET ue Dashboard х х i west.cengagenow.com/ilrn/takeAssignment/takeCovalentActivity.do?locator=assignment-take&itakeAssignmentSessionLocator=assignment-take Initial Rates [Review Topics] [References] ninine Rate Law: Initial Rates 1 pts 2req The following initial rate data are for the oxidation of nitrogen monoxide by oxygen at 25 °C: in 2 NO + O2→2 NO2 in aw: Write and Apply 1 pts 2req NO],, M [02]o, M Experiment Initial Rate, M s 5.50x10-3 1.10×10-2 6.83×104 1.78x104 1 pts 2req ted Rate Law Calculation... 6.83×10-4 7.12×104 1 pts 2req ted Rate Law Calculation... 5.50x103 3.57x104 1.37x10-3 13 1.37x103 1.43×103 1.10×102 14 cal Method: Order and k fr... 1 pts 2req Complete the rate law for this reaction in the box below. Use the form k[A]™[B]" , where '1' is understood for m or n and concentrations taken to the zero power do not appear. Don't enter 1 for m or n. Rate = м?s1 From these data, the rate constant is 06:03 PM O Type here to search 1/14/2020

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