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The unique average rate of a reaction is just the rate of a reaction but put in terms that the rate of change of a specific reactant or product of the reaction are all equal to each other. Dividing by their coefficients and making sure to make the rate of change of the reactants negative, each individual rate relative to each individual reactant/product of the reaction should be equal to each other.
Also, the book says that the unique average rate "does depend on the coefficients used in the balanced equation." Why is this the case? I thought unique average rate of change takes care of the stoichiometric coefficient differences between the reactions and products?
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