The following reaction rate data were obtained in four separate experiments.
|Experiment||( NO₂)₀ M||(CO)₀ M||Initial rate , Ms⁻¹|
What is the rate law for the reaction and what is the numerical value of k?
The rate law for a reaction is an expression that expresses the dependence of the reaction rate on the concentrations of different species present in the reaction.
The sum of powers raised to concentration terms in the rate law expression is known as the overall order of the reaction.
Answer and Explanation: 1
The rate law expression for the given reaction may be written as:
'x' and 'y' are orders w.r.t....
See full answer below.
Become a member and unlock all Study Answers
Start today. Try it nowCreate an account
Ask a question
Our experts can answer your tough homework and study questions.Ask a question Ask a question
Learn more about this topic:
fromChapter 12 / Lesson 2
Learn the difference between rate constant and rate law. Explore how to use the rate law equation to find the reaction order for one and two reactants.