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Ammonium cyanate (NH4CNO) reacts to form urea (NH2CONH2). At 65°C the rate constant, k, is 3.60 L • mol–1 • s–1. What is the rate law for this reaction?

rate = (3.60 L • mol–1 • s–1)[NH4CNO]



rate = (3.60 L • mol–1 • s–1)[NH4CNO]2



rate = (0.28 mol • L–1 • s–1)[NH4CNO]



rate = (0.28 mol • L–1• s–1)[NH4CNO]2



rate = (3.60 L • mol–1 • s–1)[NH2CONH2]–1

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