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The reaction of nitrogen dioxide with fluorine

2 NO2 + F2 2 NO2F

is first order in NO2 and first order in F2.

Complete the rate law for this reaction in the box below.
Use the form k[A]m[B]n... , where ''1'' is understood for m, n ...(don''t enter 1) and concentrations taken to the zero power do not appear.
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