## 15.101 6th Edition

$K = \frac{k_{forward}}{k_{reverse}}$

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### 15.101 6th Edition

Why isn't the rate for this (k2•k1/k1')([ClO-][H2O][I-]/[OH-]). The answer key didn't include [H2O]. Is it because it is a catalyst? If so, does that idea apply to all rate laws?
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### Re: 15.101 6th Edition

I think it is because H20 is a liquid, so you don't include the concentration of it.