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3 CH3NH2 + 11 HNO3 ---> 3 CO2 + 13 H2O + 14 NO

RATE OF DISAPPEARANCE OF NITRIC ACID IS 20M/min.

what is the rate of reaction? at what rate is the concentration of carbon dioxide changing?

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