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Reaction orders are the sum of the order of each reactant. Each reactant's order tells us about how the concentration of that reactant affects the rate of formation of the products. For example, a zero-order reaction means that for a certain reactant, the concentration of it doesn't affect the rate of formation of products. Meanwhile for a second-order reaction, it means that the rate of formation of the product is the square of the concentration of a certain reactant.
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