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Explain how the method of initial rates allows us to derive a rate law that satisfies the provided data. Comment on the nature of the laws that can be produced by the method. Are only integral orders allowed?

Answer #1

The rate law can be determined experimentally using the method of initial rates, where the instantaneous reaction rate is measured immediately on mixing the reactants. The process is repeated over several runs or trials, varying the concentration one reactant at a time. These runs can then be compared to elucidate how changing the concentration of each reactant affects the initial rate.

Some analysis of the IRM shows that its accuracy is

perfectly in accord with the usual standards of chemical

kinetics, and that in certain circumstances it is
qualitatively

superior to integral methods. However, we by no means wish

to imply that the integral method may be discarded; in many

cases both methods are acceptable and may be used to cor-

roborate each other’s results.

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Determining reaction order: the method of initial rates
2C+3D----> E+F
exp
(c)
(d)
Rate (m/s)
1
2
2
10.00
2
6
2
30.00
3
1
1
1.25
4
2
4
80.00
Determine the order with respect to c and d and calculate the
value of k
THe answer is
ANswer: Rate=k(c)^1(D)^3
K=0.675s^-1M-3
But how do you show the work

Can you Please show steps, *how you get the Allocation
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Direct Method and Overhead Rates
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