vera_ewing
  • vera_ewing
A student performed two side-by-side reactions to test the decomposition of N2O5. The only difference between the two reactions was reactant concentration — reaction 1 started with 2 M N2O5 and reaction 2 started with 1.2 M. Which of the following statements would be true of these two reactions? A. The rate constant k will depend on the order of the reaction. B. The rate constant k will be the same for each reaction. C. The rate constant k will depend on the concentration of reactants. D. The rate constant k will be different for each reaction.
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vera_ewing
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@JoannaBlackwelder Help please!
vera_ewing
  • vera_ewing
Is it A or D?
JoannaBlackwelder
  • JoannaBlackwelder
Since it is the same reaction (and assuming also the same temp), the rate constant would be the same for both reactions.

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Ohh okay. Thanks.
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You're welcome

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