The rate of consumption of B in the reaction A + 3B --> C +2D is 2.7 mol dm-3s-1. State the reaction rate, and the rate of formation or consumption of A, C, and D.

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The rate of consumption of B in the reaction A + 3B --> C +2D is 2.7 mol dm-3s-1. State the reaction rate, and the rate of formation or consumption of A, C, and D. 

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