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        gud evening sr....in kinetics v hv dis parallel reactions...if we hav A as a reactant n its gt convrtd to B  with rate constant k1 n to C wid rate constant k2...where conversion from A to B n from A to C follows  first order kinetics...so while writing its rate law y do v take [A]0=initial conc =[A]+[B]+[c]....????????
8 years ago

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SAGAR SINGH - IIT DELHI
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Dear student,

A parallel reaction is of the following type in which a reactant A transforms itself to two different products B and C.

The rate expressions for the reactant and the products are,

The solution to these equations are as follows

8 years ago
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