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Nur Ayuni Yazid
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hi can someone explain to me this chemistry qns? Like why is the option a and not c

Date Posted: 10 months ago
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Ng Ming Bing
Ng Ming Bing
10 months ago
C is wrong because nitric acid is the limiting reagent. This means an increase concentration will increase both rate of reaction and volume of gas produced
Therefore, for C, if we use a lower concentration in exp2 than exp1, we will expect the volume of CO2 to be lower than exp 1

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