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We’re being asked to write the rate expression in terms of a) the rate of disappearance of O3 and b) rate of formation of O2 for the following reaction:
2O3 (g) ⟶ 3 O2 (g).
Recall that for a reaction aA → bB, the rate of a reaction is given by:
Δ[A] = change in concentration of reactants or products (in mol/L or M), [A]final – [A]initial
Δt = change in time, tfinal – tinitial
a, b = stoichiometric coefficients from balanced equation
Ozone decomposes to oxygen according to the equation 2O3 (g) ⟶ 3 O2 (g). Write the equation that relates the rate expressions for this reaction in terms of the disappearance of O3 and the formation of oxygen.
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