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anonymous
 one year ago
What is the rate constant for the destruction of a substance if it is a firstorder reaction, the rate of production of a substance is 1.0 x 1010 mole/L hr, and the concentration is 0.2 x 108 mole/L. The rate law for the destruction is given as ∆[X] /∆t. Assume that the rate of destruction is equal to the rate of production.
A. 1.39 x 105 day1
B. 1.39 x 105 hr1
C. 1.39 x 105 min1
D. 1.39 x 105 sec1
anonymous
 one year ago
What is the rate constant for the destruction of a substance if it is a firstorder reaction, the rate of production of a substance is 1.0 x 1010 mole/L hr, and the concentration is 0.2 x 108 mole/L. The rate law for the destruction is given as ∆[X] /∆t. Assume that the rate of destruction is equal to the rate of production. A. 1.39 x 105 day1 B. 1.39 x 105 hr1 C. 1.39 x 105 min1 D. 1.39 x 105 sec1

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