moonlight93
  • moonlight93
how do we determine the rate law of a chemical reaction by doing an experiment?
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Arihangdu
  • Arihangdu
Sorry no idea.
Frostbite
  • Frostbite
There are various ways of determining the order of a reaction really. The very most popular and simply method I dare to say is to simply measure the concentration of substrate as a function of time and then plot the data against the linearized rate equations. This method is okay for simple reactions, however it is limited to "whole number"-reactions. For example a 1/2 order reaction you wouldn't see as easy.
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Photon336
  • Photon336
you need to figure it out experimentally by keeping the concentration of one of your substances constant while studying the change in concentration for the other' that's how I remembered it.

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