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However, the number of steps will not always equal the number of reactants as the number of steps depends on the rate law. For instance, a reaction with two reactants can have the concentration of both reactants in the rate law, which would mean that both reactants occur in the rate-determining step, giving a single step mechanism. That is, two reactants will form the product in one step.
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