Explain rate of reaction.
- The rate of a chemical reaction can be determined by measuring the extent to which the concentration of a reactant decreases in the given time interval or extent to which the concentration of a product increases in the given time interval.
- Mathematically, the rate of reaction is expressed as:
Rate = `- ("d"["Reactant"])/"dT" = ("d"["Product"])/"dT"`
where, d[reactant] and d[product] are the small decrease or increase in concentration during the small time interval dT.
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