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When formic acid is heated, it decomposes to hydrogen and carbon...

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Introduction: Chemical Kinetics
                        
More Details: When formic acid is heated, it decomposes to hydrogen and carbon dioxide in a first-order decay.
                                   HCOOH(g) : CO2(g) 1 H2(g)
                The rate of reaction is monitored by measuring the total pressure in the reaction container.
                  Time (s)      P (torr)
                     0                220
                     50              324
                     100            379
                     150            408
                     200            423
                     250            431
                    300             435
                Calculate the rate constant and half-life in seconds for the reaction. At the start of the reaction (time = 0), only formic acid is present. (HINT: Find the
                partial pressure of formic acid using Dalton
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