the reaction is CO + SO3 <=> CO2 + SO2, the rate law for this reaction is rate=k[SO3] and the mechanism is
SO3 -> SO2 + O
CO + O -> CO2
Which is the slow step? I have to find catalysts and intermediates and is O both catalyst and intermediate? If it isn't, what is it?

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