17 Nov 2019

What is the difference between the rate law of a reaction and the integrated rate law?

a.The integrated rate law excludes the rate constant.
b.Integrated rate laws always produce a linear relationship between reactant concentration and time.
c.The integrated rate law relates reactant concentration to time.

d.The integrated rate law is independent of reaction order.

Question 2

The half-life (t 1/2) of a chemical reaction is…

a. can only be determined with certainty for a first-order reaction
b.independent of concentration
c. the time required for reactant concentration to fall by one half
d. directly proportional to the rate constant k for the reaction

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Hubert Koch
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