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Problem 14-13

Copper(II) forms a 1: 1 complcx with the organic complexing agent R in acidicmedium. The formation of the complex can be monitored by spectrophotometryat 480 nm. Use the following data collected under pseudo-first-order conditionsto construct a calibration curve of rate versus concentration of R. Find the concentrationof copper(Il) in an unknown whose rate under the same conditionswas 6.2 x 1O-'As-1

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