The rate law for the iodine clock reaction is given by: Rate = k[IO3- ] [I- ] 2[H+]^2a)This reaction is third order with respect to H+.b)This reaction is first order with respect to IO3- and third order overall.c)This reaction is first order with respect to IO3- and fifth order overall.d)This reaction is second order with respect to I- and 3rd order overall.

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The rate law for the iodine clock reaction is given by: Rate = k[IO3- ] [I- ] 2[H+]^2
a)This reaction is third order with respect to H+.
b)This reaction is first order with respect to IO3- and third order overall.
c)This reaction is first order with respect to IO3- and fifth order overall.
d)This reaction is second order with respect to I- and 3rd order overall.

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