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taylorswift08
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Chemistry the rate of reactions

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The reaction A+2B-C takes place in a chemical container. The concentration of substance A is 1.5 mol/l, of substance B 0.75 mol/l.

the constant is 1.7. Find the reaction rate if we double the concentration of substance A

My solution: 45.9 mol/l × s. Is my answer right?
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Re: Chemistry the rate of reactions

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Show your calculation. What about C.
A + 2B - C ? or A + 2B => C
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