Homework Problem 15.5


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Jared Smith 1E
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Homework Problem 15.5

Postby Jared Smith 1E » Tue Mar 06, 2018 11:49 pm

Can someone please explain why you multiply by three rather than 1/3 for this problem. I thought that it would be 1/3 of the unique rate because it is 1/a rate[A]. Why do you multiply by 3 instead?

Jack Papciak 2F
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Re: Homework Problem 15.5

Postby Jack Papciak 2F » Wed Mar 07, 2018 12:05 am

You multiply by 3 because for every reaction, 3Oxygen is required so you have to multiply the overall rate .44 by the coefficient 3


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