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In a study of the alcohol dehydrogenase catalysed oxidation of of ethanol at 25.0 C, the molar concentration of ethanol decreased in a first-order reaction from 220.0 mmol/L to 56.0 mmol/L in 1.22 x 104s. What is the rate constant of the reaction at 25.0 C?

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