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CristinaMorales1F wrote:What is a reaction rate and how does it relate to the rate law?
The reaction rate is the rate of which the reaction proceeds (in M/s) and is related to the rate law as the rate law is used to calculate the initial rates of the reaction. In a problem typically we would use the reaction rate to find the K value, or any missing values from the rate law equation.
204929947 wrote:when given a table, you can use any reaction and the values to kind K, right?
Yes, you should be able to use any of the values given to find k as long as they correspond to one another. For example, using random concentrations for an initial rate which was found using other concentrations would not yield a correct answer.
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