What is a Unique Rate of Reaction? HW #3, 6th Edition


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Sophia Diaz - Dis 1B
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What is a Unique Rate of Reaction? HW #3, 6th Edition

Postby Sophia Diaz - Dis 1B » Mon Mar 04, 2019 4:15 pm

In problem #3, part c asks to find the unique rate of the reaction, but I don't understand what the unique rate of reaction is. How are you meant to calculate it?

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Re: What is a Unique Rate of Reaction? HW #3, 6th Edition

Postby Kirsty Star 2H » Mon Mar 04, 2019 4:17 pm

I think the unique rate of reaction is in the form:
-1/a * dA/dt = 1/b * dB/dt = 1/c * dC/dt for an equation like aA --> bB + cC


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