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Consider the following hypothetical reaction
4A (g) + 2B (g) → 3C (g) + D (g)
Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct?
i. The rate B disappears is twice (2 times) the rate that D appears.
ii. The rate A disappears is twice (2 times) the rate that B disappears.
iii. The rate C appears is one third (1/3 times) the rate that D appears.
A. i only
B. ii only
C. i and ii
D. ii and iii
E. i and iii
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