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The following data were measured for the reaction
BF3(g) + NH3(g) ⟶ F3BNH3(g)
What is the rate law for the reaction?
rate = k[NH3]
rate = k[BF3]2[NH3]
rate = k[BF3][NH3]
rate = k[BF3][NH3]2
Given the following rate law,
rate = k[A]2[B]
if [A] were doubled, what must happen to [B] to keep the rate constant?
[B] must quadruple
[B] must double
[B] must be havled
[B] must be quartered
The catalyst alters the rate of a chemical reaction by,
providing an alternative pathway with a lower Ea
changing the products formed in the direction of the reaction
providing a surface on which the molecules react
increasing the frequencies of collisions between molecules
Which of the following are true of reaction rates?
I. The overall rate law is determined by the fastest step of a reaction
II. The presence of a catalyst will increase the number of molecules entering the transition state
III. An increase in temperature will increase the rate of a reaction
IV. Increasing the concentration of reactants will increase the rate at which products yield
II + III
The iodide ion reacts with hypochlorite ion in the following way:
OCl- + I- ⟶ OI- + Cl-.
This rapid reaction gives the rate data shown. What is the rate law?
rate = [OCl-]2[I-]
rate = [OCl-][I-]2
rate = [OCl-][I-]
rate = [OCl-]
Units of rate is _______-