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if you double the concentration of HCL acid, will that double rate of reaction? i have to explain in terms of the theory of collision.
Wont doubling the concentration double the rate as well?

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    Doubling the concentration doubles the number of moles which doubles the number of molecules and that certainly increases the chances for collisions.

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