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CBSE - XII Science - Chemistry - Chemical Kinetics

Need help with this Chemical Kinetics problem. How do I work out the decomposition rate of [N2O5]? 

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how to solve all this?

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the rate constant for first order decomposition of H2O2 os given by the following equation
 
 
Log k=14.34-1.25*10 to the power 4 k/T calculate Ea for given reaction and at what temperature will its half period be 256 minutes?
 
    please solve it by arrhineus equation

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HOW TO SOLVE THIS EQUATION
 
 
 
      T=2.303/60*LOG16/1
 
IT IS OF FORMULA   T=2.303/K*LOG[R]@/[R]

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what is hypothetical reaction?

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what is hypothetical reaction?

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     while calculating integrated rate equation of first order reaction, when we integrate integral fraction numerator 1 over denominator open square brackets R close square brackets end fraction d open square brackets R close square brackets  we get ln open parentheses open square brackets R close square brackets close parentheses      but in maths we studied that it equates to Log [R] why is it so????????????? and what is the actual relation between In and Log???????????

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       can you please tell me that how to find the order of reactants while calculating order of reaction. Suppose a reaction 
C H subscript 3 C O O C subscript 2 H subscript 2 plus space H subscript 2 O space _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ space C H subscript 3 C O O H space plus space C subscript 2 H subscript 2 O H  in this reaction how do we know the order of reactants???????????????? 

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 Sir, 
       can you please tell me that how to find the order of reactants while calculating order of reaction. Suppose a reaction 
C H subscript 3 C O O C subscript 2 H subscript 2 plus space H subscript 2 O space _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ space C H subscript 3 C O O H space plus space C subscript 2 H subscript 2 O H  in this reaction how do we know the order of reactants???????????????? 

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The reaction b/w A and B is first order w.r.t A and zero order w.r.t B . Fill in the blanks in the following table
 
[A] [B] initial rate
0.1 0.1 6 x 10^-3
 
.... 0.2 4 x 10^-2
 
0.4 0.4 ........
 
.... 0.2 2 x 10^-2
 
 

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