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Consider the following multistep reaction:

C+D-> <-CB (FAST)
CD+D->CD2 (SLOW)
CD2+D->CD3 (FAST)

C+3D->CD3 (OVERALL)

Based on the mechanism determine the rate law for the overall reaction??

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