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For the pseudo rate law, you would write the rate law in terms of the reactant that is in excess. Thus, you would substitute k' for k[reactant that is maintained at its original concentration]. For example in the reaction A + B --> C, and B's concentration were increased so that it would be in excess, rate= k'[A] where k'=k[B].
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