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For example on problem 49 on edition 6, each step has it's own molecularity and order. Step 1 is just taking the reactants HBr and NO2 and multiplying them. Each one has a coefficient of 1 and so individually they have an order of one. However, when added k[HBr][NO2] the order becomes two. This influences the molecularity which is bi-molecular.
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