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Determine the order of the decomposition reaction of N2O5, by using the initial rate data from the given table:

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Initial Rate (M/s)
[N205(g)] (M)
0.200
0.0250
0.400
0.400
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Experiment Initial Rate (M/s) [N205(g)] (M) 0.200 0.0250 0.400 0.400

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Chemical kinetics is the branch of chemistry that mainly deals with the rate of reaction and change in the concentration of reactant and product molecules with time.

Step 2

The rate of reaction expresses by the rate law which states that the rate of reaction is directly proportional to the active concentration of reactant molecules.

Step 3

 Given:

[N2O5]  = 0.200 M then Rate = 0.0250 M/sec

[N2O5]  = 0.400 M then Rate = 0.400 M/sec

 

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