Problem: Which statement is true of the reaction below?  2 A (g) + B (g) → C (g) + 2 D (g) a) B is lost at twice the rate that A is lost b) D is gained at twice the rate that A is lost c) A is lost at twice the rate that B is lost d) C is gained at twice the rate that D is gained e) The rate law must be known to answer this question  

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Which statement is true of the reaction below? 

2 A (g) + B (g) → C (g) + 2 D (g)

a) B is lost at twice the rate that A is lost

b) D is gained at twice the rate that A is lost

c) A is lost at twice the rate that B is lost

d) C is gained at twice the rate that D is gained

e) The rate law must be known to answer this question

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