# Problem: For the reaction A + 2B → C, which expression is correct?A) Δ[C]/ Δt = Δ [A]/ ΔtB) Δ[C]/ Δt = 2Δ [B]/ ΔtC) Δ[C]/ Δt = -2Δ [B]/ ΔtD) Δ[C]/ Δt = -(1/2)Δ [B]/ ΔtE) Δ[C]/ Δt = -(1/2)Δ [A]/ Δt

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For the reaction A + 2B → C, which expression is correct?

A) Δ[C]/ Δt = Δ [A]/ Δt

B) Δ[C]/ Δt = 2Δ [B]/ Δt

C) Δ[C]/ Δt = -2Δ [B]/ Δt

D) Δ[C]/ Δt = -(1/2)Δ [B]/ Δt

E) Δ[C]/ Δt = -(1/2)Δ [A]/ Δt

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