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We can say that a reaction is a "pseudo 0/1/2 order" when we are examining one reactant and other others are in excess. In this case, the rate depends on that one reactant and is the pseudo order of whatever that reaction's exponent is. It is not the overall order because the other reactants must be taken in to account.
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