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Mar 25th, 2015

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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