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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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What's the balanced equation for the reaction? The coefficients should give you the biggest help with this kind of question.
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..

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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.
the rate which is concentration per time??
owh!! got the answer!! thank you!! ^^

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