Q. 155.0( 2 Votes )

Following data ar

Answer :

A. Lets use hit and trial method .

We know that , for a first order reaction

k = rate constant

t = time

Ro = initial concentration

R = concentration at particular time t

So, by hit and trial, lets substitute values in the table

t = 300, Ro = 1.6 × 10-2, R = 0.8 × 10-2

similarly, by taking t as 600, Ro as 1.6 × 10-2 and R as 0.4 × 10-2

we get k = 2.31 10-3 s-1

hence, its first order reaction as the rate constant remains same.

B. We know that half life of a first order reaction is

t1/2 = ,

k = rate constant

substituting the above-obtained k, we get half-life = 300s

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