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In the reaction A + 2B 2C + D. If the concentration of A is increased four times and B is decreased to half of its initial concentration then the rate becomes

Asked by leelakrishnapallapotu143 | 29 Mar, 2020, 07:27: PM
Expert Answer
Rate of reaction can be calculated by
R=[A]x [B]y
R1=k[A]1 [B]2
R2 =k[4A][B/2]2
R2 /R1 =1
Rate will be unchenged
Answered by Ravi | 31 Mar, 2020, 07:21: PM
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