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As may says, it does not matter which order you should do to calculate the order of the reaction; however, you probably should place the half-reaction with higher values to be on the top to make sure that you are given with number bigger than 1 which is easier to deal with.
Vincent Leong 2B wrote:it doesnt matter which order you do, as long as you can isolate an exponent x or y to get the respective rxn order. The numbers of one of the reactants in both trials should cancel out.
So, as long as the variable placements are consistent it doesn't matter, right? Or is the placement not a factor at all?
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