## What is the integrated rate law formula?

Zero-Order Reactions

Zero-Order | First-Order | |
---|---|---|

rate law | rate = k | rate = k[A] |

units of rate constant | M s−1 | s−1 |

integrated rate law | [A] = −kt + [A]0 | ln[A] = −kt + ln[A]0 |

plot needed for linear fit of rate data | [A] vs. t | ln[A] vs. t |

**What is the first order rate law?**

In other words, a first-order reaction is a chemical reaction in which the rate varies based on the changes in the concentration of only one of the reactants. Thus, the order of these reactions is equal to 1.

### What is the second-order integrated rate law?

The integrated rate law for the second-order reaction A → products is 1/[A]_t = kt + 1/[A]_0. Because this equation has the form y = mx + b, a plot of the inverse 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 use second order integrated rate law?**

The integrated rate law for the second-order reaction A → products is 1/[A]_t = kt + 1/[A]_0. Because this equation has the form y = mx + b, a plot of the inverse of [A] as a function of time yields a straight line.

#### What is 1st order kinetics?

Definition. An order of chemical reaction in which the rate of the reaction depends on the concentration of only one reactant, and is proportional to the amount of the reactant.

**How do you calculate rate law?**

the rate law can be expressed as: Rate = k[A] y[B] z. The proportionality constant, k, is known as the rate constant and is specific for the reaction shown at a particular temperature. The rate constant changes with temperature, and its units depend on the sum of the concentration term exponents in the rate law.

## What is the integrated rate law equation?

An integrated rate law is an equation that expresses the concentrations of reactants or products as a function of time. An integrated rate law comes from an ordinary rate law. See What is the rate law?. Consider the first order reaction. A → Products. The rate law is: rate = #r = k[“A”]#. But #r = -(Δ[“A”])/(Δt)#, so.

**What are some examples of rate law?**

A reaction can also be described in terms of the order of each reactant. For example, the rate law Rate = k[NO]2[O2] Rate = k [ NO] 2 [ O 2] describes a reaction which is second-order in nitric oxide, first-order in oxygen, and third-order overall.

### What is the integrated rate law for zero order?

A zero-order reaction thus exhibits a constant reaction rate, regardless of the concentration of its reactants. The integrated rate law for a zero-order reaction also has the form of the equation of a straight line: [A] = − kt + [A]0 y = mx + b