Define the Following Terms: Half-life Period of Reaction (T1/2). - Chemistry

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Define the following terms:

Half-life period of reaction (t1/2).

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Solution

 Half-life period of a reaction
Half-life period of a reaction is the time taken for half of the reaction to be completed. In other words, the time in which the concentration of a reactant is reduced to half of its original value is called half-life period of the reaction.
For  zero-order reaction,
For first-order reaction,
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