The rate of formation of the product is twice the rate of disappearance of N2O4 as seen from the reaction stoichiometry.For every mole of N2O4 disappearing per second, 2 moles of NO2Cl is formed.
So the initial rate of formation of nitryl chloride will be 2 x 2.48 x 10^2 = 4.96 x 10^2 M/s.
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