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Chem 1332

# Chem 1332

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Total score: 1/3 = 33.33% 1. Rate Law Mechanism 10

Consider the reaction, H2 + I2 => 2 HI , which is found to be half order in I2 and first order in H2. Which step of the proposed mechanism must be slow in order to agree with this rate law? I2 => 2 I I + H2 => H2I H2I + I => 2 HI

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2. Mechanism Molecularity 21 The proposed mechanism for a reaction is: NO => N + O O + O3 => 2 O2 O2 + N => NO2 What is the molecularity of step 2?

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4. impossible 0% to tell without knowing which is the slow step Score: 1/1

3. Arrhenius k 1 set of conditions 1 A first order reaction has an activation energy of 52.0 kJ/mol and a frequency factor (Arrhenius constant) of 9.15 x 1013 sec -1. Calculate the rate constant at 26 o C.