 # Using the kinetics simulator, reaction 4 (Cell H2) at 10 degrees Ce...

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Using the kinetics simulator, reaction 4 (Cell H2) at 10 degrees Celsius (cell D6) to find balancing coefficients and rate law. Explain/show work.

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Part I. Stoichiometric Coefficients

Reaction:
aA + bB → cC + dD

Initial conditions used:
[A]0 = 3.0000 M
[B]0 = 3.0000 M
[C]0 = 0.0000 M
[D]0 = 0.0000 M

The mole ratios can be determined by calculating the changes in concentration after some time t.
At time t = t14,
[A]14 = 1.6980 M
[B]14 = 0.3960 M
[C]14 = 1.3020 M
[D]14 = 2.6040 M

ΔA = [A]14 – [A]0 = 1.6980 M – 3.0000 M = -1.3020 M
ΔB = [B]14 – [B]0 = 0.3960 M – 3.0000 M = -2.6040 M
ΔC = [C]14 – [C]0 = 1.3020 M – 0.0000 M = 1.3020 M
ΔD = [D]14 – [D]0 = 2.6040 M – 0.0000 M = 2.6040 M...

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