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Posted by Amber on Thursday, September 6, 2012 at 8:37pm.

In solution, hypochlorite ion is known to decompose with a second-order rate law. If [ClO-]0 = 0.0570 M and k = 2.06x10-4 M-1·min-1, calculate the half-life for this reaction 2ClO-  2Cl- + O2.

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