Problem: A reaction was experimentally determined to follow the rate law, Rate = k[A]  2 where k = 0.319 s-1M-1. Starting with [A] o = 0.500 M, how many seconds will it take for [A]  t = 0.250 M?

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A reaction was experimentally determined to follow the rate law, Rate = k[A]  2 where k = 0.319 s-1M-1. Starting with [A] o = 0.500 M, how many seconds will it take for [A]  t = 0.250 M?

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