# For each rate equation, what effect does the indicated concentration change have on the overall rate of the reaction?[1] rate = k[CH3CH2Br][-OH]a. tripling the concentration of CH3CH2Br onlyb. tripling the concentration of -OH onlyc. tripling the concentration of both CH3CH2Br and -OH[2] rate = k[(CH3)3COH]a. doubling the concentration of (CH3)3COHb. increasing the concentration of (CH3)3COH by a factor of 10

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For each rate equation, what effect does the indicated concentration change have on the overall rate of the reaction?
[1] rate = k[CH3CH2Br][-OH]
a. tripling the concentration of CH3CH2Br only
b. tripling the concentration of -OH only
c. tripling the concentration of both CH3CH2Br and -OH
[2] rate = k[(CH3)3COH]
a. doubling the concentration of (CH3)3COH
b. increasing the concentration of (CH3)3COH by a factor of 10

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Observing the rate equation shows us that the reaction rate depends on both the reactant involved. Therefore, tripling the conce...

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