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    Calculate the rate constant k, given that k'= k[I-]. Include the units and indicate the temperature.
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    Calculate the rate constant k, given that k'= k[I-]. Include the units and indicate the temperature.
    Hi. Any chance you can post the rest of the information? It will make it easier for someone to help you.

    Also, please show what you have tried .
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    There has to be more that that give the what number and part a, b etc questions
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    Are you sure you don't mean rate=k[I-]? Also the question must have provided you some information about the concentration of iodide ions and rate. If using my rate equation, k=rate/[I-] and so substituting in the units, k=moldm-3s-1/moldm-3. The units for concentration cancel out so you just get s^-1
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    any numbers?
 
 
 
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