What Is Average Rate Of Reaction? How Is It Determined?

The average rate of reaction is an average rate, obtained by taking the change in concentration over a time period.

For example: -0.3 M / 15 minutes

The rate at which chemical substances react varies greatly.Usually, a reaction rate involves the change in the concentration of a substance over a given period of time.

Mathematically, the rate of reaction can be calculated by dividing the change in concentration by the elapsed time.

The rate of a reaction can be graphicallycalculated by finding the slope of the concentration curve.

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