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For the reaction,
4PH3(g) → P4(g) + 6H2(g)
the rate of reaction is 0.018 moles L−1s−1, what is the rate of formation of H 2?
a) 0.018 moles L−1s−1
b) 0.072 moles L−1s−1
c) 0.003 moles L−1s−1
d) 0.0045 moles L−1s−1
e) 0.108 moles L−1s−1
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