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Tatum Keichline 2B
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How does the graph for second order look? Will it ever be exponential, or only linear?
Emma Scholes 1L
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The graph for the second order looks like a line with a positive slope.
Katelyn Pham 4E
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The reaction rate for a second order graph has a positive slope because k (the slope) is positive.
Millicent Navarro 1I
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The graph for the second-order reaction is a straight positive slope line with an equation of k=-slope.
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If a plot of 1/[A] against time is a straight line with a positive slope of k, the reaction is second order.
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The graph for a 2nd order reaction is a linear graph with a positive slope.
Calvin Patel 2H
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It is a linear line with a positive slope since k is positive.
Zubair Ahmed 1L
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The graph of a second order reaction is a positive slope of k when plotted on the graph of1/[A] vs time.
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