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Chew 2H
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Postby Chew 2H » Sun Mar 04, 2018 5:19 pm

when we express the loss of one reactant corresponding to the coefficient of another reactant (like we did in 15.29) , does it only work for first order reactions?

Danah Albaaj 1I
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Re: 15.29

Postby Danah Albaaj 1I » Sun Mar 04, 2018 5:23 pm

No, because we are able to set up similar equations for zero and second order reactions using our integrated rate laws. 15.39 is a perfect example on how one such problem would look when being asked to do so.

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