Consider the reaction4Br−(aq)+BrO−3(aq)+6H+(aq)→3Br2(aq)+3H2O(l)The average rate of consumption of Br− is 1.36×10−4 M/s over the first two minutes. What is the average rate of formation of Br2 during the same time interval?Express your answer with the appropriate units.

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Consider the reaction

4Br−(aq)+BrO−3(aq)+6H+(aq)→3Br2(aq)+3H2O(l)

The average rate of consumption of Br− is 1.36×10−4 M/s over the first two minutes. What is the average rate of formation of Br2 during the same time interval?

Express your answer with the appropriate units.
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In the question, balanced equation is not given. Hence, the answer is done with the
balanced equation provided below.
The balanced equation and the rate of the equation is expressed below:
5 Br (aq)+BrO, (aq)+6H" (aq) 3Br, (aq) +3 H20(1)
A[BrO,1AH14[Br]_1 A[H,0]
1ABr ABro,
Rate=
3 At
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In the question, balanced equation is not given. Hence, the answer is done with the balanced equation provided below. The balanced equation and the rate of the equation is expressed below: 5 Br (aq)+BrO, (aq)+6H" (aq) 3Br, (aq) +3 H20(1) A[BrO,1AH14[Br]_1 A[H,0] 1ABr ABro, Rate= 3 At 5 At At 6 At 3 At

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