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Solution: The data below were collected for the following reaction at 500 oC: CH3CN(g) → CH3NC(g)
 Time (h)  [CH3CN] (M) 
0.01.000
5.00.794
10.00.631
15.00.501
20.00.398
25.00.316
Determine the order of the reaction at this temperature.

Solution: The data below were collected for the following reaction at 500 oC: CH3CN(g) → CH3NC(g) Time (h)  [CH3CN] (M) 0.01.0005.00.79410.00.63115.00.50120.00.39825.00.316Determine the order of the reaction at

Problem

The data below were collected for the following reaction at 500 oC: CH3CN(g) → CH3NC(g)

 Time (h)  [CH3CN] (M) 
0.01.000
5.00.794
10.00.631
15.00.501
20.00.398
25.00.316


Determine the order of the reaction at this temperature.