Question regarding the exponents in a rate law

Chemistry
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  1. The exponents in a rate law can only be determined by experiment.

     

     

Feb 1st, 2015

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The exponents can only be determined experimentally by seeing how the concentration of each reactant affects the rate of the reaction. Several experiments must be done and all the data from each experiment is combined to find the exponents and also the rate constant k.

If you're trying to find the exponents for a specific reaction and you have some data then I could help if you provided the information you have.
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