@fyjudas24 asked 6 months ago.

If you want to measure the rate of a reaction you can measure how fast one of the?

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@iduwinny- answered 6 months ago.

If you want to measure the rate of a reaction you can measure how fast one of the reactants is used up by the reaction. This is called the rate of disappearance or rate of disappearance, and it is measured in moles per liter per second.
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@henogali answered 6 months ago.

If you want to measure the rate of a reaction you can measure how fast one of the reactants disappears. This is the first order rate of a reaction.
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@ilolawe answered 6 months ago.

If you want to measure the rate of a reaction you can measure how fast one of the reactants is being used up. For example, if you drop a seed into a glass of water, you can measure how fast it sinks to the bottom of the glass. This is because the seed is a reactant and the water is the solvent.
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@kazidderinn answered 6 months ago.

If you want to measure the rate of a reaction you can measure how fast one of the reactants is disappearing. By measuring the disappearance of one of the reactants, you can calculate the rate of a reaction.
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@gofusettunna answered 6 months ago.

If you want to measure the rate of a reaction, you can measure the time it takes for one of the reactants to disappear. When a reactant disappears, that means that it’s been used up and has reacted. The rate of a reaction is the amount of reactant that disappears per unit of time.

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