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Consider the overall reaction: 2A + B > A2B Step #1: 2A > A2 (slow) Step #2: A2 + B > A2B (fast) What is the rate law for the overall reaction using the elementary steps above?

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    rate law is dependent only on the slow step

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    so it'll just be rate = k [A] ^2??? :)

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    @aaronq :)

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    yep, thats it

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    oh. thanks so much. :)

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    no problem (:

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