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The decomposition reaction, x-->products, is second-order with rate constant k=0.0183 L/(s)(mol).
How long will it take for the decomposition to be 95% complete, if the intitial concentration of X is 1.25mol/L?

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  1. (1/A) - (1/Ao) = akt
    Let Ao = 100; A = 5; a = 1

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