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Consider a hypothetical reaction between molecules A and B, which produces molecules C and D. The reaction is represented by the following balanced chemical equation:

3A + 2B -> 4C + D

Given the initial concentrations of A and B as follows:

[A] = 0.10 M

[B] = 0.20 M

The rate of the reaction is experimentally determined to be 0.050 M/s. Determine the rate constant (k) for this reaction using the rate equation:

Rate = k[A][B]

Assume that the reaction is first-order with respect to A and second-order with respect to B. You may also assume that the reaction is elementary (i.e., the reaction occurs in a single step with the given stoichiometry).

Solve for the rate constant (k) and provide your answer with the appropriate units.