## Zero Order Rxn

$\frac{d[R]}{dt}=-k; [R]=-kt + [R]_{0}; t_{\frac{1}{2}}=\frac{[R]_{0}}{2k}$

Cecilia Jardon 1I
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### Zero Order Rxn

zero order is only dependent on the rate constant correct?

Te Jung Yang 4K
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### Re: Zero Order Rxn

Yes.

Ethan Yi 1K
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### Re: Zero Order Rxn

yeah. the equations sheets tell you this.

Bryant Vong 2G
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### Re: Zero Order Rxn

Yes, 1st order and 2nd order have equations that incorporate other factors such as ln.

Lauren Tanaka 1A
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### Re: Zero Order Rxn

Yes zero order is only dependent on the rate constant because it doesn't incorporate other factors like first-order and second-order reactions do.

CalvinTNguyen2D
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### Re: Zero Order Rxn

Yes, Zero-Order Reactions depend solely on the rate constant, and do not involve any other factors.

Hannah Pham
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### Re: Zero Order Rxn

Yes, zero order reactions do not need any other factors, only the rate constant.

Sofia Barker 2C
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### Re: Zero Order Rxn

Zero-order reactions, unlike first and second-order reactions, are independent of the concentration of reactant and only dependent upon the rate constant, k.