# Chemical Kinetics NEET Questions (Integrated Rate Equations)

Chemical Kinetics-based on the concept of differential and integral rate equations is one of the most crucial and important topics in Chemistry. This post Chemical Kinetics NEET Questions (Integrated Rate Equations) is a compilation of various questions based on NEET and AIIMS pattern with revision notes and detailed solutions.

## Chemical Kinetics NEET Questions (Integrated Rate Equations)

#### 1. What is the integrated rate equation for a first order reaction?

a) [A] = [A]0e-kt

b) [A] = [A]0/e-kt

c) [A] = [A]0e-t

d) [A] = [A]0e-k

a) 6.07 x 10-3

b) 3.02 x 10-5

c) 4.07 x 10-4

d) 7.42 x 10-3

a) 6.45 x 10-4

b) 7.45 x 10-4

c) 6.75 x 10-4

d) 7.75 x 10-4

#### 4. What is the formula to calculate the time taken for the completion of a zero-order reaction?

a) t100% = [A]0/k

b) t100% = [A]0/2k

c) t100% = 2[A]0/k

d) t100% = [A]0/3k

a) True

b) False

a) True

b) False

a) 0

b) 1

c) 2

d) 3

a) 0.07 min-1

b) 0.06 min-1

c) 0.08 min-1

d) 0.09 min-1

a) 60.28 minutes

b) 69.28 minutes

c) 50.37 minutes

d) 65.97 minutes

a) 90.02 percent

b) 82.44 percent

c) 88.82 percent

d) 82.67 percent

a) 3 × t50

b) 4 × t50

c) 4.5 × t50

d) 2 × t50

a) 30 minutes

b) 60 minutes

c) 90 minutes

d) 120 minutes

a) 108.3s-1

b) 207.9s-1

c) 248.2s-1

d) 164.8s-1

a) 38.4s

b) 40.2s

c) 39.3s

d) 36.8s

a) 40s

b) 70s

c) 50s

d) 60s