The oxidation of nitrogen monoxide by oxygen at 25 oC 2 NO + O22 NO2 is second

Jun 12th, 2015
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The oxidation of nitrogen monoxide by oxygen at 25 oC

2 NO + O22 NO2

is second order in NO and first order in O2.

Complete the rate law for this reaction in the box below. 
Use the form k[A]m[B]n... , where '1' is understood for m, n ... (don't enter 1) and concentrations taken to the zero power do not appear.

Rate =  

In an experiment to determine the rate law, the rate constant was determined to be1.02E4M-2s-1. Using this value for the rate constant, the rate of the reaction when [NO] = 9.80E-3 M and [O2] = 3.02E-3 M would be  Ms-1.

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