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The rate constant for this first-order reaction is 0.400 s–1 at 400 °C. A--> Products

The rate constant for this first-order reaction is 0.400 s–1 at 400 °C.

A--> Products

How long (in seconds) would it take for the concentration of A to decrease from 0.920 M to 0.250 M?
 

 

asked in Chemistry by jorstice


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