Give that for a reaction of `n^(th)` order, the integrated rate equation: `K =1/((n-1)t) [ 1/C^(n-1) -1/(C_0^(n-1)) ]

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Q 2124856751.     Give that for a reaction of `n^(th)` order, the integrated rate equation:

`K =1/((n-1)t) [ 1/C^(n-1) -1/(C_0^(n-1)) ]`, where C and `C_0` are the concentration of reactant at time t and initially respectively. The `t_(3//4)` and `t_(1//2)` are related as
A

`t_(3//4) = t_(1//2)[ 2^(n-1) +1]`

B

`t_(3//4) = t_(1//2)[ 2^(n-1) -1]`

C

`t_(3//4) = t_(1//2)[ 2^(n+1) +1]`

D

`t_(3//4) = t_(1//2)[ 2^(n+1) -1]`

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