# Chemistry

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BrO-3 + 5Br- + 6H+ ---> 3Br2 + 3H2O the value of - delta[BrO3]/delta T= 1.5x10^-2M/s at a particular time what is the value of -delta [Br-]/Delta t at the same instant?

13 M/s
7.5x10^-2
1.5x10^-2
3.0x10^-2
330 M/s

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7.5x10^-2

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