Investigate the effects of the concentration of reactants on rate of reaction

Feb 3rd, 2012
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The reaction of hydrochloric acid and sodium thiosulphate varied so little across the different concentrations that the equipment used in the experiment was far too inaccurate. Even the tiniest of mistakes could make a big impact on the rate of reaction. The experiment simply was not a fair enough test to allow it to provide any more detailed information than to display a general pattern of the relationship between concentration and rate of reaction, though this was sufficient to conclude the investigation. More accuracy would have been useful in the measurement of the variables in the experiment, such as a more precise way in which to measure the amounts of solution used.

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