Chemistry(Please check answer)

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

What is the rate equation?

My answer is k[NO]2[Br2]

Is this correct?

Thank you!!!!

  • Chemistry(Please check answer) -

    I was able to confirm on the Internet that your rate equation is correct.

  • Chemistry(Please check answer) -

    For my online homework when I put the answer in it keeps saying its wrong and says k[reactant 1]^order1 [reactant 2]^order2 but I thought I did this.

  • Chemistry(Please check answer) -

    No you didn't. Try rate = k[NO2]^2{O2]^1 and if that doesn't work try omitting the ^1 but NOT the ^2
    I think you just omitted the caret.

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