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Posted by Nifan on Friday, November 27, 2009 at 6:13pm.

can u help me in this question.

The rate of appearance of I2 in aqueous solution, in the reaction of I^- ion with hydrogen peroxide, was found to be 3.7*10^-5 mol. L^-1.s^-1 over time interval.

2H^+(aq)+ 2I^-(aq)+H2O2-> I2(aq)+2H2O(l)

During the same interval,what was the rate of disappearance of each of the following
a) H2O2
b) I^-

Thank you.

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