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k is a rate constant and commonly seen as a proportionality constant. You can determine units by plugging in your rates to the rate expression and raising them to the respective exponent (rates are in M/s which is the same as mol/(L*s)). So if k= rate/([A]^2[B]) then k will have the units M^-2 s^-1.
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