Which of the following statements concerning zero-order kinetics is NOT true?   a. The number of reactants is greater than that of the binding sites on the solid catalytic surface.    b. The concentration of one reactant is in such large excess that it appears to stay the same over the course of reaction compared to the concentration of the limiting reactant.   c. There is no rate-limiting step in the reaction mechanism

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Which of the following statements concerning zero-order kinetics is NOT true?
 
a. The number of reactants is greater than that of the binding sites on the solid catalytic surface.
  
b. The concentration of one reactant is in such large excess that it appears to stay the same over the course of reaction compared to the concentration of the limiting reactant.
 
c. There is no rate-limiting step in the reaction mechanism
 

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