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The rate constant of the elementary reaction
H2(g) +Br2(g) 2HBr(g)
is k 4.45x10 L mol s at 250°C, and the reaction has an activation energy of 170 kJ mol
(a) Compute the rate constant of the reaction at a temperature of 289°C L mol , 1
(b) After e
(b) After equal concentrations of H, and Bry are mixed at 250o C, 6,03 10' s is required for half of them to be consumed. How long will itke to consume half of the
reactants if an identical experiment is performed at 289°C?
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Shop Trendy CHEM 1032Cengage S19 34 https://ng.cengage.com/static/nb/ui/evo/index.html?elSBN-9781305657571 &id-430934266&isnapshotld-10652508 s19 3.4 Cengage MInbox (112) DTAP Q Search this course L ions Use the References to access important values if needed for this question. The rate constant of the elementary reaction H2(g) +Br2(g) 2HBr(g) is k 4.45x10 L mol s at 250°C, and the reaction has an activation energy of 170 kJ mol (a) Compute the rate constant of the reaction at a temperature of 289°C L mol , 1 (b) After e (b) After equal concentrations of H, and Bry are mixed at 250o C, 6,03 10' s is required for half of them to be consumed. How long will itke to consume half of the reactants if an identical experiment is performed at 289°C? Submit Answer 3 question attempts remaining Autosaved at 9:31 AM Back 9:31 2/28

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