Define the expression for the rate of the reation
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for the reaction A(g)+1/2B(g)--->2C(g),

a) determine the expression for the rate of the reation in terms of the change in concetration of each of the reatants and products.

b) When C is increasing at a rate of 0.025M/s, how fast is B decreasing? How fast is A decreasing?

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