Chemistry - Concentration and Time

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1. How is the rate affected by doubling the concentratino?

2. Explain the effect of concentration on the rate of a reaction in terms of the "Collision Theory" of chemical reactions.

3. Considering that 1/Time is proportional to the rate of the reaction how is the rate of the reactions affected by concentration?

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