I am doing an chemistry investigation (Bromate, bromide and hydrogen Ions reaction). The problem is that I have calculated the reaction rate in 1/time which gives me units s-1. However I have seen some examples of reaction equation and they include mol dm-3 s-1. In those example the table included 1/time as rate of reaction but when calculating the reaction constant k, they put units of rate of reaction as mol dm-3 s-1 even though the magnitude is exactly same as 1/time.
My question is how to change the units of reaction rate from s-1 to mol dm-3 s-1. I don't think it is just a matter of multiplying concentration with 1/time.
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- 26-03-2013 12:19