Posted by **Hannah** on Sunday, February 19, 2012 at 5:43pm.

The units of a rate constant for zero, first, and second order reactions are given in the textbook. If the time units are minutes, what would you expect the units to be for a third order reaction?

1) 1/min^3

2) mol^2/L^2-min

3) L/mol-min^2

4) L^2/mol^2-min

5) L^2/mol^2-min^2

I think that the answer is L/mol-min^2. Is this correct?

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