C2 4.1 How fast?

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  • The rates of a reaction measures the speed of a reaction or how fast it is. The rate can be found by measuring how much of a reactant is used, or how much of a product is formed, and the time taken.
  • Alternatively the rate can be found by measuring the time taken for a certain amount of a reactant to be used or product to be formed. These methods give the average rate for the time measured.

Rate of reaction = amount of reactant used divided by time or amount of…

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C2 4.1 How fast?

  • Created by: jkav1
  • Created on: 14-05-14 17:01
  • The rates of a reaction measures the speed of a reaction or how fast it is. The rate can be found by measuring how much of a reactant is used, or how much of a product is formed, and the time taken.
  • Alternatively the rate can be found by measuring the time taken for a certain amount of a reactant to be used or product to be formed. These methods give the average rate for the time measured.

Rate of reaction = amount of reactant used divided by time or amount of…

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