How is the rate of reaction calculated?

The rate of reaction, or the speed at which the reaction occurs, is written as the change in concentration of a reactant or product per change in time. In order to calculate the rate of reaction experimentally, the concentration of the reactant or product should be monitored as a function of time. Once measurements at different time intervals are gathered, the graph with these values can be plotted and the instantaneous rate of the reaction or the slope of the line is calculated.

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