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Posted by Dena Cali on Tuesday, February 6, 2007 at 5:49pm.

An investigation was conducted to study the effect of the concentration of a reactant on the (trial) time need to complete a chemical reaction. Four trials of the same reaction were performed.In each trial the initial concertration of the reactant was different. The time needed for the chemical reaction to be complete was measured.State the effect of the concertration of the reactant on the rate of the chemical reaction.

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