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Rate = (k1 + k2[As(C6H5)3])[Co(NO)(CO)3] This reaction shows both first and second order kinetics; the ligand substitution likely occurs via two mechanisms. The first order reaction appears to be a dissociative reaction or a solvent-assisted dissociation of CO, followed by a fast addition of As(C6H5)3. The other path shows first
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