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When writing a rate law, you do not include liquid or solid reactants, or water, if it is a solvent and not a reactant. As for any other molecule that is not the solvent, if it is part of a reaction, it can be in the rate law.
Yeah I actually believe Dr. Lavelle actually brought this up in class, you don't need to write the phases in the rate law however if you do it should be fine as one of the solutions for the final review had phases.
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