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Use the information in the picture to write the rate law for this reaction and calculate the value of the rate constant K. Three sig figs for answer

Deducing a rate law from initial reaction rate data
Some measurements of the initial rate of a certain reaction are given in the table below.
Hinitial rate of reaction
N2
0.446 M/s
0.425 M 2.41 M
2.11 M/s
0.425 M 11.4 M
2.52 M/s
1.01 M 2.41 M
Use this infomation to write a rate law for this reaction, and calculate the value of the rate constant k.
Round your value for the rate constant to 3 significant digits. Also be sure your answer has the correct unit symbol.
k II
rate
x10
k=
?
X
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Deducing a rate law from initial reaction rate data Some measurements of the initial rate of a certain reaction are given in the table below. Hinitial rate of reaction N2 0.446 M/s 0.425 M 2.41 M 2.11 M/s 0.425 M 11.4 M 2.52 M/s 1.01 M 2.41 M Use this infomation to write a rate law for this reaction, and calculate the value of the rate constant k. Round your value for the rate constant to 3 significant digits. Also be sure your answer has the correct unit symbol. k II rate x10 k= ? X

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Rate Law for the given reaction:

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Rate-K[N, P[H K-rate constant a.b-order of N,.H

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Rate-K[N,T'H, 0.446= [0.425 [2.41]* 1 2.11 0.425 11.4] . .. 2.52 = [1.01] [2.41. 3 Dividing Equation (1) by (2) 0.46_[2.41] 2.11 11.4 0.2114=[0.2114] taking log on both the sides b log(0.2114)-log(0.2114) b(-0.67489) -0.67489 Dividing Equation (3) by (1) 2.52 [1.01 0.446 [0.425 1.01 - = [2.376] [0.4251 5.65 log 5.65 alog(2.376) 0.752 2.001 a 0.3758

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