ln [A] = -kt + ln[A_{0}]

1st order rate law equation

1/[A] = kt + 1/[A_{0}]

2nd order rate law equation

[A] = -kt + [A_{0}]

0 order rate law equation

2nd order integrated rate law equation

1/[A] = kt + 1/[A_{0}]

0 order integrated rate law equation

[A] = -kt + [A_{0}]

1st order integrated rate law equation

ln[A] = -kt + ln[A_{0}]

t_{1/2} = ln(2) / k = 0.693 / k

1st order half-life equation

t_{1/2} = [A_{0}] / 2k

0 order half-life equation

t_{1/2} = 1 / k[A_{0}]

2nd order half-life equation

1st order half-life equation

t_{1/2} = ln(2) / k = 0.693 / k

0 order half-life equation

t_{1/2} = [A_{0}] / 2k

2nd order half-life equation

t_{1/2} = 1 / k[A_{0}]

What is the order of the reaction represented by this graph?

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1st order

What is the order of the reaction represented by this graph?

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2nd order

What is the order of the reaction represented by this graph?

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0 order

What does the integrated rate law graph look like for a 1st order process?

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What does the integrated rate law graph look like for a 2nd order process?

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What does the integrated rate law graph look like for a 0-order process?

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