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    I'm doing a practical investigation on the effect different concentrations of amylase solution will affect the rate of digestion of starch. I know that the more concentrated solution will break down the starch quicker so I was just wondering how I would work out a rate of reaction using the time taken for the starch to be broken down and the different concentrations. Will I actually be able to work out a rate of reaction, I'm not happy with just an average time. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks
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    Hey(:
    Rate of reaction = 1/time (Time being in seconds)
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    Omg you're a saviour! Think I just nearly fell off my bed haha thank you! x
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    LOLL!
    Haaha! Aww Thats okay(:
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