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Which equation describes the relationship between the rates at which Cl2 and F2 are consumed in the following reaction?

Cl2(g) + 3F2(g) yield 2ClF3(g)

a)-d(Cl2)/dt = -d(F2)/dt

b)-d(Cl2)/dt = 2[-d(F2)/dt]

c)3[-d(Cl2)/dt] = -d(F2)/dt

d)2[-d(Cl2)/dt] = -d(F2)/dt

e)-d(Cl2)/dt = 3[-d(F2)/dt]
is it e

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    Isn't the rate
    -d(Cl2)/dt and -(1/3)d(F2)/dt?
    If that is so, then
    -d(Cl2)/dt = -(1/3)d(F2)/dt and that look like which one

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