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A reaction of the form aAproducts is secondorder with a rate constant of 0.225 L/(mol/s). If the initial concentration of A is 0.293 mol/L, what is the molar concentration of A after 35.6 secs?

(1/A)  (1/Ao) = akt
solve for A.
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