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1. Use the following results to determine the rate law for the reaction shown. 2NO + H2 N2O + H2O Expt. # [NO]0 [H2]0 Initial speed 1 0.021 0.065 1.46 M/min 2 0.021 0.260 1.46 M/min 3 0.042 0.065 5.84 M/min

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"To determine the rate law for the reaction 2NO + H_2 \rightarrow N2O + H_2O , we analyze the given experimental data manually.

By comparing different experiments, we find that the reaction is second order with respect toNO and zero order with respect to H_2 . Therefore, the rate law for the reaction is:

\text{Rate} = k[NO]^2

wherek is the rate constant. The reaction rate is independent of the concentration of H_2 .

\boxed{\text{Answer: Rate law for the reaction is } \text{Rate} = k[NO]^2} "

By comparing different experiments, we find that the reaction is second order with respect to

where

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