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CHM135H1 Lecture Notes - Iodate, Stoichiometry


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CHM135H1
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Q2. Kinetics and Stoichiometry (Easy)
The iodate ion reacts with sulfite ions in the following
reaction
IO3- (aq) + 3 SO32- (aq) → I- (aq) + 3 SO42- (aq)
A) Which of the following statements is true?
I- The disappearance of iodate is three times the
disappearance of sulfite.
II- The disappearance of iodide is the same as the
appearance of iodate.
III- The rate of formation of all the products are the
same
IV- The rate of disappearance of sulfite is three times
the disappearance of iodate.
B) What are the rates of iodide and sulfate ions being
produced if the sulfite ion is disappearing at a rate of 2.4 x
10-4 M/s.
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