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Molecularity is basically just the number of molecules that come together in a reaction. A way to find this is by just adding all of the stoichiometric coefficients of the reactants in an elementary reaction. So 2A would be bimolecular, 3A would be trimolecular, and A would be unimolecular. And with multiple reactants, A + B would be bimolecular since there are two molecules colliding and 2A + B would be trimolecular since there are 2 A molecules and 1 B molecule.
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