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1. How can the volume of a gas given off be measured during a reaction?
Using a gas syringe
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2. How is the average rate of reaction calculated?
By dividing the total volume of gas produced by the time taken
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3. What must happen for two particles to react with each other?
They must collide
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4. What can you deduce when the line on a reaction graph has flattened off?
The reaction has stopped
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5. In collision theory, what determines the rate of a reaction?
The frequency of successful collisions
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