What is rate of chemical reaction?
Asked by | 12th Mar, 2008, 06:27: PM
Rate of reaction is change of concentration of reactant or product in unit time. Change of concentration is measured by any measurable physical property like color, smell, or state ect.
Answered by | 20th Dec, 2017, 05:00: PM
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