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    Hydrogen iodide decomposes on heating according to the equation : 2HI --> H2 + I2 Rate constant of reaction at 227 degree celcius and 327 degree celsius are (5.71 x 10^-7 L/mol min) and (6.6 x 10^-4 L/mol min) respectively. Activation energy = 175.9 kJ/mol a) What is the reaction order? b) Calculate the Arrhenius constant

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