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Posted by Bryan on Thursday, February 24, 2011 at 5:49pm.

Cyclopropane (C3H6) reacts to form propene (C3H6) in the gas phase. The reaction is first order in cylclopropane and has a rate constant of 5.87*10^-4 at 485degreesC.
If a 2.5L reaction vessel initially contains 724 torr of cyclopropane at 485degreesC, how long will it take for the partial pressure of cylclopropane to drop to below 104 torr? Express answer in minutes

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