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For a given hypothetical reaction xA gives rise to yB , the rate expression is log(-d(A)÷dt)=log(d(B)÷dt)+0.47 , then the ratio of x:y is ?

For a given hypothetical reaction xA gives rise to yB , the rate expression is log(-d(A)÷dt)=log(d(B)÷dt)+0.47 , then the ratio of x:y is ?

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Priyanshu Gujjar
101 Points
2 months ago

Many important biological reactions, such as the formation of double-stranded DNA from two complementary strands, can be described using second order kinetics. In a second-order reaction, the sum of the exponents in the rate law is equal to two. The two most common forms of second-order reactions will be discussed in detail in this section.

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