What are some examples of rate law?

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Jun 20, 2015

Answer:

The rate law is an expression showing the relationship between the reaction rate to the concentration of each reactant.

Explanation:

Therefore, the rate of reaction depends on the concentration of a product, if a product have a higher concentration, the faster the rate law will be and vice-versa.

A real life example will be deciding where to place an infrastructure such as school or certain development. How fast is the population changing in the area? This question determines the amount (concentration of the product) of schools that needs to be build.