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Yes, it does. For reactions to occur, the particles must collide and also have sufficient energy to cause that reaction. By increasing the concentration, you are also increasing the chances and frequency of collision between those particles.
yes, the reactions we are dealing with have a favorable forward reaction, and because we are typically dealing with them from the beginning of the reaction, they have not yet hit equilibrium. Therefore, an increase in reactants will increase the rate of the reaction
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