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In a zero order reaction, the rate constant would just be M*s^-1. With a first order reaction, we'd have just s^-1, as we'd have M from our reactant. In second order we have M^-1*s^-1, and from every unit jump forwards, we have a higher number of M, which is just our order # - 1.
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