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Hi Guys,
I have attached the question that I am struggling with (part b of the question)
I have worked out that the conversion of A is X=0.21
Using this conversion I'm trying to work out the time required for the reaction
I am trying to use this equation: dCa/dt=Ra
where Ra is the reaction rate
but if i integrate the reaction rate i can't assume its constant due to volume and concentration changes so I'm in a bit of a dilemma.
Can you guys let me know if my reasoning is wrong, or if Ra is constant
Hi Guys,
I have attached the question that I am struggling with (part b of the question)
I have worked out that the conversion of A is X=0.21
Using this conversion I'm trying to work out the time required for the reaction
I am trying to use this equation: dCa/dt=Ra
where Ra is the reaction rate
but if i integrate the reaction rate i can't assume its constant due to volume and concentration changes so I'm in a bit of a dilemma.
Can you guys let me know if my reasoning is wrong, or if Ra is constant
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