Table of Contents

- 1 Which relation is correct for zero order reaction?
- 2 How do you find the t3 4 of a zero order reaction?
- 3 How do you find t3 4?
- 4 Which is correct equation for zero order equation?
- 5 Which of the following is the correct relation for t1 2?
- 6 What is the formula for finding t1 2 for zero order process?
- 7 How do you calculate t3/4 using zero order kinetics?
- 8 Does the rate of zero order reaction depend on concentration of reactants?

## Which relation is correct for zero order reaction?

The rate of the zero order reaction; A+B→C follows the rate equation: Rate = k[A]0[B]0.

### How do you find the t3 4 of a zero order reaction?

If you know the zero order kinetics then, use the formula and put the numerator inside log as I(initial concentration) and the denominator inside the log term as I/4 (initial/4). This will give you an equation for T3/4. Similarly put the denominator as I/2 for the T1/2 equation.

**Which of the following is correct relation for t1 2 of first order reaction?**

or t1/2∝C0.

**What is the t1 2 zero order reaction?**

t1/2=t50\% ⇒R=2R0. t1/2=kR0−2R0=2kR0. Therefore, the formula of t1/2 for a zero order reaction is 2k.

## How do you find t3 4?

t3/4=2.303klog11-3/4=2.303klog4.

### Which is correct equation for zero order equation?

The integrated rate law for the zero-order reaction A → products is [A]_t = -kt + [A]_0. Because this equation has the form y = mx + b, a plot of the concentration of A as a function of time yields a straight line. The rate constant for the reaction can be determined from the slope of the line, which is equal to -k.

**How do you calculate t3 4?**

**What is a third order reaction?**

Definition of third-order reaction : a chemical reaction in which the rate of reaction is proportional to the concentration of each of three reacting molecules — compare order of a reaction.

## Which of the following is the correct relation for t1 2?

The correct relation between tav=average life and t1/2= half life for a radioactive nuclei.

### What is the formula for finding t1 2 for zero order process?

The half-life equation for a zero-order reaction is t12=[A]02k t 1 2 = [ A ] 0 2 k .

**What is the formula for zero order reaction?**

Zero-order reactions are typically found when a material that is required for the reaction to proceed, such as a surface or a catalyst, is saturated by the reactants. The rate law for a zero-order reaction is rate = k, where k is the rate constant.

**What is the relation between t1/2 and t3/4 in first order reaction?**

What is the relation between t1/2 and t3/4 in first order reaction? gives the quantity of the reactant remaining at time t into a first-order reaction.

## How do you calculate t3/4 using zero order kinetics?

T3/4 is 2*T1/2, i.e.; If you know the zero order kinetics then, use the formula and put the numerator inside log as I (initial concentration) and the denominator inside the log term as I/4 (initial/4). This will give you an equation for T3/4. Similarly put the denominator as I/2 for the T1/2 equation.

### Does the rate of zero order reaction depend on concentration of reactants?

The rate of zero order reaction does not depend upon the concentration of reactants rather it depends upon the other factors varying from reaction to reaction. All photo-chemical reactions have the zero order reaction.

**How do you rearrange the integrated rate law equation of reactions?**

Generalizing [R] t as [R] and rearranging the integrated rate law equation of reactions of the second order, the following reaction is obtained. Plotting a straight line (y=mx + c) corresponding to this equation (y = 1/ [R] , x = t , m = k , c = 1/ [R] 0)