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For stopped flow technique, you are basically mixing solutions of reactants together and observing their reaction over a course of a millisecond using spectroscopy to measure it. The stopping syringe, at least to my understanding, would prevent anymore reactant from being added into the reaction chamber. This technique is used for very small amounts of time, such as a millisecond or even attoseconds, and by using spectroscopy you can measure the change in concentration. With the change in concentration and the time interval, you can then calculate the rate.
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