# Rate law problem for a reaction?

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Consider the following reaction:
2O3 (g) --> 3O2 (g) and the rate law for the reaction is as follows:
Rate= k [O3]^2/ [O2]
suppose that a 1.0L reaction vessel initially contains 1.0 mol of O3 and 1.0 mol of O2.
what fraction of the O3 will...
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can someone help me with this problem?

Consider the following reaction:

2O3 (g) --> 3O2 (g) and the rate law for the reaction is as follows:

Rate= k [O3]^2/ [O2]

suppose that a 1.0L reaction vessel initially contains 1.0 mol of O3 and 1.0 mol of O2.

what fraction of the O3 will have reacted when the rate falls to one-half of its initial value?

Consider the following reaction:

2O3 (g) --> 3O2 (g) and the rate law for the reaction is as follows:

Rate= k [O3]^2/ [O2]

suppose that a 1.0L reaction vessel initially contains 1.0 mol of O3 and 1.0 mol of O2.

what fraction of the O3 will have reacted when the rate falls to one-half of its initial value?

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