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4 factors that affect the rate of a chemical reaction

Concentration, Particle size, Temperature, Catalyst

Chemical reactions are sped up by

Decreasing the particle size of any solid reactant, Increasing the temperature at which the reaction occurs, increasing the concentration of the reactant in a solution

More particles in the same space means more

more collisions

more collisions means

more effective collisions

What is the solute?

The solid that dissolves

What is the solvent?

The liquid that the solute dissolves in

What is the solution

a mixture of the solute and the solvent

how do you work out the average reaction rate

change in something (volume)


change in time