A. 1.39

B. 0.0860

C. 0.180

D. 0.130

E. 0.720

kihanja20
2021-12-15
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The rate of disappearance of HBr in the gas phase reaction
$2HBr\left(g\right)\Rightarrow H2\left(g\right)+Br2\left(g\right)\text{}is\text{}0.360Ms-1\text{}at\text{}{150}^{\circ}C$ . The rate of reaction is ? Ms-1.

A. 1.39

B. 0.0860

C. 0.180

D. 0.130

E. 0.720

A. 1.39

B. 0.0860

C. 0.180

D. 0.130

E. 0.720

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