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The rate constant for this first-order reaction is 0.0570 s–1 at 400 °C.
A-->Products
After how many seconds will 14.0% of the reactant remain?

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    ln(No/N) = kt
    If you use No = 100, then N = 14, substitute k and solve for t.

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