.Chemistry Help please?

posted by Shahab Mirza

This type of question come in our exams usually that.
If the Reaction
P+Q → R + S
is described as being of zero order with respect to P, it means that.

I want to ask that, what is such thing in this reaction that we should write this answer , I mean how to solve it or what , thanks i have MCAT exams please reply

  1. bobpursley


    What you need is to understand what" if rate of reaction is such that
    R=kP where k=1, that is zero order. See the reference above

  2. Shahab Mirza

    @bobpursley , thanks but i have very little time left for exams so summarize to me in simple way if ur wish bro, tell me how to solve such questions quickly?

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