# Chemistry

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How would you analyze a solution known to contain Hg22+ and Cu2+?

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depends on what you mean "analyze".

Mercury I chloride is not soluble in water, whereas cupric chloride is.

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calculate the specific rate constant

A] (mol/L) [B] (mol/L) Rate of appearance of C (mol/L-hr)
1.0 ×10^-2 1.0 0.30×10^−6
1.0 ×10^−2 3.0 8.10×10^−6
2.0 ×10^−2 3.0 3.24×10^−5
2.0 ×10^−2 1.0 1.20×10^−6
3.0 ×10^−2 3.0 7.30×10^−5

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It looks like the rate equation is
rate = k[A]2[B]3 but the numbers are so scrunched it's difficult to make them out. You would do well to space them and the easy way to do that is with periods; i.e.,
1.0E-2...1.0...0.3E-6 etc.
To find k, use any trial, plug the concns of A and B into the rate equation I wrote and calculate k.

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