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### What is a rate of reaction? How can we calculate the rate of reaction?

Rate of reaction is a change in concentration of a reactant or product, per unit time, measured in dm3s-1. You can calculate the rate of reaction from the graph- plot the graph of concantration of reactant against time- the gradient og the curve is the rate of reaction.

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