1. Suppose you want to study the influence of IO3- concentration on the rate of the reaction used in Part A. Which of the following procedures would be appropriate?a. Use different amounts of KIO3 solution with a constant amount of water and a constant amounts of NaHSO3 solution.b. Use different amounts of KIO3 solution, constant amounts of NaHSO3 solution, and different water amounts to give a constant total amount.c. Use different amounts of KIO3 solution, different amounts of NaHSO3 solution, and constant amounts of water.Explain your answer:The answer is B, I just need an explanation on why

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1. Suppose you want to study the influence of IO3- concentration on the rate of the reaction used in Part A. Which of the following procedures would be appropriate?

a. Use different amounts of KIO3 solution with a constant amount of water and a constant amounts of NaHSO3 solution.
b. Use different amounts of KIO3 solution, constant amounts of NaHSO3 solution, and different water amounts to give a constant total amount.
c. Use different amounts of KIO3 solution, different amounts of NaHSO3 solution, and constant amounts of water.

Explain your answer:

The answer is B, I just need an explanation on why

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The effect of concentration of IO3- is to be studied on the rate of a reaction.

Step 2

Thus, different solutions containing different concentrations of IO3- are to be prepared and used for kinetic study.  Thus, different amount of KIO3 solution are to be used to carry out the experiment.

Step 3

The concentration in terms of molarity is defined as the number of moles of the solute per liter of the...

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