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Below is a proposed mechanism for a reaction, with k2 > k1. What is the rate law?

NO2+CO k1 NO+NO3NO_2 + CO~ \xrightarrow{k_1}~ NO + NO_3

NO3+CO k2 NO2+CO2NO_3 + CO~ \xrightarrow{k_2}~ NO_2 + CO_2

Posted by Dalton Wylde 8 months ago

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Below is a proposed mechanism for a reaction, with k1 > k2. What is the rate law?

NO2+CO k1 NO+NO3NO_2 + CO~ \xrightarrow{k_1}~ NO + NO_3

NO3+CO k2 NO2+CO2NO_3 + CO~ \xrightarrow{k_2}~ NO_2 + CO_2

Below is a proposed mechanism for a reaction, with k1 > k2. What is the rate law?

NO+Br2 k1k1 NOBr2NO+ Br_2~ \mathop{\leftrightharpoons}^{k_1}_{k_{-1}}~ NOBr_2

NOBr2+NO k2 NOBr+NOBrNOBr_2 + NO~ \xrightarrow{k_2}~ NOBr + NOBr