How does a solvent affect reaction rate?

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Jul 1, 2015

Answer:

A solvent is the thing that dissolves a substance, it's usually liquid but can be either gas or solid.

Explanation:

A solvent with a higher concentration have a higher reaction rate as there are more particles that are able to collide with each other frequently.

Other factors affecting the rate of reaction includes temperature, pressure, surface area and a catalyst.