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MapSapling Learningmacmillan learningThe rate constant for this first-order reaction is 0.01 50 s-1 at 400 ℃.A → productsAfter how many seconds will 16.6% of the reactant remain?Number

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The rate constant for this first-order reaction is 0.01 50 s-1 at 400 ℃.
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After how many seconds will 16.6% of the reactant remain?
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Map Sapling Learning macmillan learning The rate constant for this first-order reaction is 0.01 50 s-1 at 400 ℃. A → products After how many seconds will 16.6% of the reactant remain? Number

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Step 1

The relation between first order reactant constant and time can be shown as:

K t = 2.303 log [A0 /A]

Where, t is time in seconds

A0 is initial concentration of reactant

A is remaining concentration of reactant

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Step 2

The given information are:

A = [16.6 A0 /100]

k = 0.015 s-1

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Step 3

Time for the reaction to proceed can be determined as:

K t = 2.303 log [A0 /A]

t = (2.303 /0.015) log...

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