Unique Average Rate Question


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Unique Average Rate Question

Postby Alyssa_Hsu_2K » Thu Feb 23, 2017 4:42 pm

Does the unique average rate imply that all for a reaction A+B--> C+D,
that the rate of decomposition for 1 mole of A is the same as the mole of decomposition for 1 mol of B?
So the fact that A and B are different species doesn't play a role in their rates of reaction?

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Re: Unique Average Rate Question

Postby Joyce Wu 3E » Thu Feb 23, 2017 4:52 pm

Yes that is correct. If B had 2 mols, then the unique rate would be multiplied by 2 for the rate of B


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