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Posted by michelle on Tuesday, October 9, 2012 at 8:52pm.

Consider the following overall reaction which is experimentally observed to be second order in AB and zero order in C:
AB+C -> A+BC

Determine whether the mechanism below is valid for this reaction
AB+ AB -> AB(sub 2) + A slow
AB(sub2) + C -> AB+BC fast

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