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What is the general significance between a zero, first, and second order reaction. What is the conceptual difference beyond the fact that the slopes of change in [R ] is different. Of what importance does classifying reactions serve?
While what this person said ^^ is true, it can be helpful to look at the equations to understand exactly how to see the effects in each order. For example, in a second order overall reaction, the ratio change to one of the reactants (if the other(s) remain the same) changes the rate by that same ratio where as that would be different if it were first order
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