# From the reaction data below, determine whether the reaction is first order or second order andcalculate the rate constant.Time (s)Reactant (mM)05.414.623.933.22.72.35

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From the reaction data below, determine whether the reaction is first-order or second-order and calculate the rate constant. See the table in the image.

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Step 1

The integrated rate law for zero-order (1), first-order (2), and second-order (3) reaction are given below as equation in which [A] is the concentration of reactant at time t, [A]o is the initial concentration of the reactant, and k is rate constant of the reaction.

Step 2

The graphs, [A] vs t, ln[A] vs t, and 1/[A] vs t are plotted. It is found that the graph between ln[A] and t is a straight line. A first-order reaction gives ...

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