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A zeroth order reaction is when the rate of the reaction is not dependent on the concentration of the reactants. If the concentrations of the reacts increased or decreased, the rat of the reaction would remain the same. This is clearly seen in the graph where concentration of reactants are graphed over time and the relationship is a line with a negative slope. The slope of that line is the rate of the reaction or how quickly the reactants are decreasing per unit of time.
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