Chemical Kinetics Rate Laws,



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I am trying to determine the value of k in the following equation r = k [A]^m [B]^n
r = 1.30×10^-3 mol/(L x s) –> moles per liters per second
[A] = 0.0150 mol/L
m= 2
[B] = 0.025 mol/L
n= 1
therefore 1.30 x 10^-3 mol/(L x s) = k (0,0150mol/L)^2 (0.250mol/L)
therefore k = [1.30 x 10^-3 mol/(L x s) ] / (0.015mol/L)^2 (0.0250mol/L)
How do I know the units to use for k ? for example s^-1 or L^2/(mol^2 x s)



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