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So by definition, a reaction is a zero order reaction if the rate is independent of the concentration of the reactant. I am slightly confused on how you would be able to identify if a reaction is zero order? Are there specific examples?
Yes. For a zero-order reaction, the rate of the reaction is independent of reactant. The integrated rate law will help us determine is the reaction is zero-order is the plot of time (x-axis) vs. concentration of the reactant (y-axis) gives us a negative linear regression.
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