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Cyclobutane, C4H8, decomposes when heated to ethylene, C2H4. The reaction is first order. In an experiment the initial concentration of cyclobutane was 0.00150 M. After heating at 450°C for 455 seconds, this was reduced to 0.00119 M. What was the concentration after 936 seconds?

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