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How are we able to figure out the unique rate of the reaction if there are more than one reactants given in the equation? Since I know if there was one reactant you would divide the rate of the reaction by the coefficient of that one reactant, but what if there are more than one? Do we multiply the two coefficients together and then divide it? Thank you:)
605168557 wrote:In general for all reactions: aA --> bB + cC
The unique rate is -1/a * d[A]/dt = 1/b * d[B]/dt = 1/c * d[C]/dt
The unique rate is the same for all R & P in that 'unique' reaction
Ohhhh ok so unique rates normally do not have more than one reactants then? Is that what you mean?
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