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Does the activation energy depend upon the stoichiometric coefficient?

No, the activation energy does not depend of the stoicheiometric coefficients. The activation energy is determined by the energy of the electrons and nuclei as the reaction proceeds to its products. ...
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Does the activation energy depend upon the stoichiometric coefficient?

Rate measurements, while measuring the overall reaction, are concerned only with the rate determining step. This is usually an elementary reaction in the overall mechanism so the overall stoichiometry ...
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How to calculate rate of carbon dioxide from rate equation?

Suppose we start with $n$ moles of $\ce{CO2}$ for simplicity. Then, at any point during the reaction, we will have $n-V_\text{gas}[\ce{CO2}]$ moles of each of the products. This means we could write ...
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