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When chemists compare the rates of reactions carried out under different conditions, they often compare the rates near the beginning of the reactions. What advantage(s) do you see in this practice? Hint: Think of slow reactions.

I know the rate of reaction is fastest in the beginning but how is this advantageous?

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