2A + B → C
Select the rate law for the reaction above using the following information:
Holding the concentration of A constant and doubling the concentration of B results in the rate of the reaction increasing from 1.5E-3 M/s to 6.0E-3 M/s.
Keeping the concentration of B constant and doubling A results in the rate of the reaction increasing from 1.5E-3 M/s to 3.0E-3 M/s.
A) rate = k [A] [B]2
B) rate = k [A]2 [B]2
C) rate = k [A]2 [B]
D) rate = k [A]2
E) rate = k [B]2
F) rate = k [B]
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Keep in mind that i haven not done this in so long
1.5 to 6 is 4 with B doubled
1.5 to 3 is 2 with A doubled
NOW use that in
We can see that B is ^2 and A is 1
I say A. The problem is worded oddly.
but get a second opinion. I am no student of chemistry. I am an autodidact.