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Typically when we're asked this question, they provide us with a couple different experiments and their corresponding initial concentrations of each reactant as well as the initial reaction rate. To find the orders of each reactant, you would compare experiments that differ in only one reactant's initial concentration. We will be provided with all the experimental data necessary to finding each reactant's order, and then you can write the rate law once you've found all that info.
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