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The decomposition reaction of carbon disulfide, CS2, to carbon monosulfide, CS, and sulfur is first order with k=2.8x10^-7 s^-1 at 1000C.

CS2---->CS+S

A. What is the half life of this reaction at 1000C?

B. How many days would pass before a 2.00g sample of CS2 had decomposed to the extent that 0.75 g of CS2 remained?

C. Refer to part b. How many grams of CS would be present after this length of time?

D. How much of a 2.00 g sample of CS2 would remain after 45.0 days?

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