Use the method of Frobenius and a reduction of order procedure (see page 198) to find at least the first three nonzero terms in the series expansion about the irregular singular point x = 0 for a general solution to the differential equation

Melodi Harfouche Chemistry 130 Dr. Yihui Yang 02/09/2017 Integrated Rate Law: Dependence of Concentration on Time The integrated rate law essentially links concentrations of reactants or products w/time directly For the reaction A products, the rate is =k[A]^n Applying calculus to integrate the rate law (which is the initial rate of a reaction) gives another equation which shows the relationship between the concentration of reactant A and the time of the reaction o That equation that comes out of that is the integrated rate law FirstOrder Reactions For firstorder reactions, the rate law is =k[A]^1, which is essentially just =k[A] For the integrated rate law of a firstorder reaction it is o where