##### For the gas phase decomposition of sulfuryl chloride at 600 K SO2Cl2SO2 + Cl2

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For the gas phase decomposition of sulfuryl chloride at 600 K

SO2Cl2SO2 + Cl2

the following data have been obtained:

 [SO2Cl2], M 0.00244 0.00137 0.00077 0.000432 time, min 0 206 412 618

The average rate of disappearance of SO2Cl2 over the time period from t = 0 minto t = 206 min is  M min-1.
Jun 2nd, 2015

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average rate of disappearance= (1.37E-3- 2.44E-3)/(206-0)= 5.194

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Jun 2nd, 2015

thats wrong man

Jun 2nd, 2015

rate = ∆C/∆t = (Final Concentration - Initial Concentration)/(Final Time - Initial Time)

Jun 2nd, 2015

look

In this case the rate of disappearance of SO2Cl2 over the time period from t = 0min to t = 206min is given by

 -[SO2Cl2> -(1.37E-3 M - 2.44E-3 M) = 5.19E-6 M min-1.

Jun 2nd, 2015

sorry i forgot to write the E-6 in my answer

Jun 2nd, 2015

can you do this one? its the same way

For the decomposition of dinitrogen pentoxide in carbon tetrachloride solution at 30 °C

2 N2O54 NO2 + O2

the following data have been obtained:

 [N2O5], M 1.31 0.841 0.54 0.347 time, min 0 108 216 324

The average rate of disappearance of N2O5 over the time period from t = 0min to t = 108min is  M min-1.

Jun 2nd, 2015

-(0.841-1.31)/ 108= 4.34

Jun 2nd, 2015

no E?

Jun 2nd, 2015

there is no E

Jun 2nd, 2015

IT WAS A E-3 MAN

Jun 2nd, 2015

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