Formula 15.23


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Christine Chen 1H
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Formula 15.23

Postby Christine Chen 1H » Sat Mar 09, 2019 2:39 pm


Which formula/concept does this come from? This is problem 15.23 in edition 6
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Chloe Qiao 4C
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Re: Formula 15.23

Postby Chloe Qiao 4C » Sat Mar 09, 2019 3:48 pm

I believe it is not come from a formula. I do not have the sixth edition, but it looks like that the question is asking the concentration A at the time when B is 0.034M. The part after the minus sign is to find how much A has been used to give rise to 0.034M B, and subtract that from 0.153M A(which I assume is the initial amount) gives the concentration of A at that time.

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Re: Formula 15.23

Postby 305113590 » Sat Mar 09, 2019 3:52 pm

This is just stoichiometry. I think of it as this: since the concentration of B rises to 0.034M, I convert that into A using stoichiometry.

0.034(2mol A)=0.068M of A. What this means was that for the concentration of B to increase, 0.068M of A had to be used. Hence, 0.068M of A was lost from the initial 0.153M.

0.153-0.068=0.085M is the final A. After this, you would simply use the first order equation to find k


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