anonymous
  • anonymous
If the rate of decomposition of NOBr is 4.60*10^-4M.s^-1. What is the rate of formation of Br2 gas? Seriously i'm getting more confused about tis question.. A little help please..
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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JFraser
  • JFraser
What's the balanced equation for the reaction? The coefficients should give you the biggest help with this kind of question.
anonymous
  • anonymous
for the value of 4.60*10^-4M.s^-1... is it the value for change of [NOBr] or is it the value at the x?? Refering to the "lovely" equation i've drawn.. :p quite confused at tat part..
anonymous
  • anonymous
wait2..

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anonymous
  • anonymous
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JFraser
  • JFraser
the balanced reaction is\[2NOBr \rightarrow 2NO + Br_{2}\] when NOBr is being used, the Br2 is being formed at half the amount, so half the rate.
anonymous
  • anonymous
the rate which is concentration per time??
anonymous
  • anonymous
owh!! got the answer!! thank you!! ^^

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