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The rate constant for this second–order reaction is 0.570 M-1*s-1 at 300∘C .

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How long, in seconds, would it take for the concentration of A to decrease from0.720M to 0.200M ?

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The given reaction is second-order hence, the time required for decrease in concentration is calculated as follows,

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