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What four factors influence the rate of reaction?

Temperature, pressure, surface area and concentration all affect the rate of a chemical reaction. 

Temperature makes the particles more energetic and increases the frequency of collisions

Pressure, surface area and concentration all increase the frequency of collisions

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