Reactions of Acids


When measuring teh affects of temperature on a reaction why is it important to keep the concentration of the acid the same each time?

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Jordy Stiedemann

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Increasing reactant concentration also increases the rate of reaction. So we want to make sure that the concentrations are kept the same so that the change in rate we are observing can only be caused a change in temperature.

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