Chemistry (rate reactions)

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The rate constant for the thermal decomposition at 85 degrees Celsius of dinitrogen pentoxide equals 6.2 x 10 raised to -2 min. As determined by experiment this decomposition is first order--
2 N2O5 ----> 4 NO2 + O2

Calculate the rate of the reaction when N2O5= .40 M

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