for this reaction (including orders). Also give the overall orderfor this reaction:rate law:overall order =%3D3.Calculate the rate constant, k, for this reaction (use the data from Experiment #1, show allyour work):wollood4. Explain exactly what experiment(s) must be performed in order to NameTimeM T W R FThe data given in the table below is for the following reaction (run at 25°C):2 NOe + O2e) → 2 NO,1e2(g)2(g)(g)Initial Concentration (M)Initial rateExperimentMol/(L s)02NO7 x 10-60.00100.00100.002014 x 1060.00100.003021 X 10-60.00100.003084 X 1060.00204189 X 10-60.00300.00302.

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for this reaction (including orders). Also give the overall order
for this reaction:
rate law:
overall order =
%3D
3.
Calculate the rate constant, k, for this reaction (use the data from Experiment #1, show all
your work):
wollood
4. Explain exactly what experiment(s) must be performed in order to
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for this reaction (including orders). Also give the overall order for this reaction: rate law: overall order = %3D 3. Calculate the rate constant, k, for this reaction (use the data from Experiment #1, show all your work): wollood 4. Explain exactly what experiment(s) must be performed in order to

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Time
M T W R F
The data given in the table below is for the following reaction (run at 25°C):
2 NOe + O2e) → 2 NO,1e
2(g)
2(g)
(g)
Initial Concentration (M)
Initial rate
Experiment
Mol/(L s)
02
NO
7 x 10-6
0.0010
0.0010
0.0020
14 x 106
0.0010
0.0030
21 X 10-6
0.0010
0.0030
84 X 106
0.0020
4
189 X 10-6
0.0030
0.0030
2.
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Name Time M T W R F The data given in the table below is for the following reaction (run at 25°C): 2 NOe + O2e) → 2 NO,1e 2(g) 2(g) (g) Initial Concentration (M) Initial rate Experiment Mol/(L s) 02 NO 7 x 10-6 0.0010 0.0010 0.0020 14 x 106 0.0010 0.0030 21 X 10-6 0.0010 0.0030 84 X 106 0.0020 4 189 X 10-6 0.0030 0.0030 2.

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