Chemistry rate and concentration?


Posted on : 05-02-2014 | By : My Study Coach | In : Improve Your Concentration
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Is rate (seconds) and concentration (molarity) inversely proportional?

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The equation is: rate of reaction = (k)(concentration)
(k is the proportionality constant)
As you can see from the equation, if the rate goes up, then the concentration goes up. That means that rate and concentration are directly proportional, not inversely proportional.

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