What data is needed to solve for the orders of reactants in a rate law?
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@nincompoop @taramgrant0543664 I think i'm not soo sure about this !
As to what I know
The amount of products obtained during a constant time
The amount of reactants used up during a constant time
Time taken to obtain a constant amount of products.
Ok, that makes sense. Thank you!
no no wait. Let's go with tata's opinion !
rate=k[A]^2 for a second order reaction n=2
rate=k[A]^n[B]^m so you would need to find exponents n and m
To find n and m you would need the products obtained and the reactants used and the rate at which they happen at there's normally a table and you figure out the exponents when one is constant and the others change
Using concentrations after you find the exponents you can get the rate constant k
I don't know if that makes sense, I'm not very good at explaining these questions!
No that makes sense. I understand now. Thank you! @taramgrant0543664 @Rushwr