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  • 4 years ago

A zero-order reaction has a constant rate of 4.80×10−4M/s . If after 60.0 seconds the concentration has dropped to 7.00×10−2M , what was the initial concentration?

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  1. eistein+newton+gallileo=_me
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    help!

  2. soxhletapparatus
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    Concentration at time t = -(Constant rate x time t) + Initial concentration

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    7.00×10^(-2)=-(4.80×10−4)(60) + Initial concentration using algebra, we get (7.00×10^(-2)) + ((4.80×10−4)(60)) = Initial concentration = 9.88^(-2) M :))

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