Explain the difference between the rate law for a reaction and the integrated rate law for a reaction. What relationship does each kind of rate law express?

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Explain the difference between the rate law for a reaction and the integrated rate law for a reaction. What relationship does each kind of rate law express?

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The rate law shows the relationship between the rate of a reaction and the concentrations of the reactants.

The integrated rate law shows the relationship between the rate of a reaction and the concentrations of the reactants.

The rate law for a chemical reaction is a relationship between the concentration of a reactant and time.

The integrated rate law for a chemical reaction is a relationship between the concentration of a reactant and time.

 

asked Jan 30, 2012 in General Chemistry by apush ~Expert~ (552 points)
    

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The rate law shows the relationship between the rate of a reaction and the concentrations of the reactants.

The integrated rate law for a chemical reaction is a relationship between the concentration of a reactant and time.

answered Jan 30, 2012 by awesome ~Expert~ (1,479 points)
selected Jan 30, 2012 by apush

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