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Second-Order Reaction: Pressure and Degree of Completion over Time

Second-Order Reaction: Pressure and Degree of Completion over Time

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Question:
A second-order reaction 2A → B is taking place in a gas phase. The initial pressure in the system is P0 (compound B is absent). Find the overall pressure as a function of time. After what time the total pressure will decrease 1.5 times with respect to the initial pressure? What is a degree of completion of the reaction at this time? Assume the ideal gas law behavior for all compounds.

 

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