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Sulfuryl chloride, SO2Cl2, decomposes to SO2 and Cl2 according to the reaction

SO2Cl2(g) -> SO2(g) + Cl2(g)
The reaction is first order in SO2Cl2, and the value of the rate constant, k, is 2.20*10-5 /s at 300K.

(a) Calculate the intial rate of reaction when a reactor is charged with SO2Cl2 at a concentration of 0.22 mol/L.

Enter the numerical value in mol/L s:

b) Calculate how long it will take for the conctration of SO2Cl2 in the reactor in part (a) to fall to 1/4 of its initial value.

Enter the numerical value in s:

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    b.
    ln*(No/N) = kt
    No = 100
    N = 25
    k is given
    Solve for t.

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    6.3e4

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    THEN HOW DO YOU DO A)?

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    For a) dc/dt=-KC=2.2*10*-5*0.22=4.84*10^-6

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    b) 6.34*10^4

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