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Given that a reaction is a zero order process and proceeds for 36.06 minutes with 0.00308 M of a material remaining, how much was present at the start? The rate constant is 0.624 M/min.

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Given that a reaction is a zero order process and proceeds for 36.06 minutes with 0.00308 M of a material remaining, how much was present at the start? The rate constant is 0.624 M/min.

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