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What is the instantaneous rate?

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Experiment tells us that the following reaction: CH3OH + KF → KOH + CH3F is first order with respect to each of its reactants. We also know that the rate constant for this reaction is 0.0362 1/Ms at 20.0 o C. What is the instantaneous rate for this reaction at 20 o C if the initial concentration of CH3OH is 0.75 M and the initial concentration of KF is 1.44 M? 

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Apr 9th, 2015

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Apr 9th, 2015

Rate of the reaction = rate constant * (Product of Concentration of reactants)

  =  k * [ CH3OH]  [ KF]

  =  .0362 M−1s−1 * 0.75 M *  1.44 M  = .039096 Ms−1

0362 M−1s−1 * 0.75 M *  1.44 M  = .039096 Ms−1

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Apr 10th, 2015

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