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Solution: The data below show the concentration of cyclobutane (C4H8) versus time for the following reaction: C4H8 → 2 C2H4 Time (s)  [C4H8] (M) 01.000100.894200.799300.714400.638500.571600.510700.456800.408900

Problem

The data below show the concentration of cyclobutane (C4H8) versus time for the following reaction: C4H8 → 2 C2H4

 Time (s)  [C4H8] (M) 
01.000
100.894
200.799
300.714
400.638
500.571
600.510
700.456
800.408
900.364
1000.326


Determine the value of the rate constant.