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Since the problem already gives the initial concentration, final concentration, and the rate constant you can just plug them into the second order reactions formula. You do not need to use the coefficient in this case. With this chapter you mostly do not need to use the coefficients unless you are trying to find a relationship between the reactants or products. An example of when you would use the coefficient is if you are trying to go from the concentration of A to B in 2A-->B+C.
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