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A possible mechanism for the overall reaction

Br2 (g) + 2NO (g) -> 2NOBr (g)

is

NO (g) +Br2 (g) (equilibrium arrows: on top it says k1 and on bottom k-1) NOBr2 (g) (fast) step 1

NOBr2 (g) + NO (g) ->(on top of arrow k2) 2NOBr (slow) step 2

the question: which of the following the reaction intermediate?

a) Br2
b) NO
c)NOBr2
d)NOBr

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    c) nobr2

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