Chemistry Please help can not figure out?
A scientist performs a set of experiments. One experiment involves two compounds at a normal concentration. Another experiment requires the scientist to lower the concentration of both compounds in the experiment. How will the second experiment be different from the first?
The reaction will stop completely.
The reaction rate will not change.
The reaction rate will increase.
The reaction rate will decrease.
- Dr WLv 74 months agoFavourite answer
general rate equation
.. rate = k *[compound 1]^m * [compound 2]^n
where [ ] means concentration
if m and n are both positive numbers, if you decrease concentrations of compounds, rate will decrease.