Multi-Reactant Concentration Changes


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Multi-Reactant Concentration Changes

Postby 904608194 » Thu Feb 18, 2016 9:38 am

In lecture last week it was said to plot [B] vs time, ln[B] vs time, and then 1/[B] vs time until you get a linear slope in order to determine the order of B. What if you get a straight line for more than one of these?

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Re: Multi-Reactant Concentration Changes

Postby Kanwaldeep Rai 2H » Thu Feb 18, 2016 10:17 am

You won't get a straight line for more than one of these because each graph represents a different variation of [B] vs time. [B], ln[B] and 1/[B] all have different plots.


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