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Alexandria Ilagan 2A
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When is it possible to get a zero order reaction in real life?
Emily Kennedy 4L
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the haber process is a good example of this if you look it up. it is a way of producing ammonia from hydrogen and nitrogen gas.
Lia Inadomi 1I
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This can also be when there is a catalyst present or when there is an excess (so rate doesn't depend on concentration of reactant)
Brian Chang 2H
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There are zero order reactions in real life (ie. the Haber Process).
Typically occurs when reactants are already in large excess.
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