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I am doing about the rate of a chemical reaction which hypothesis like "When the increasing the temperature of the reactants , the rate of chemical reaction increases as well"

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Rate of reaction can be increased by an increase in temperature because the particles are given more kinetic energy, move about more meaning an increased chanse of collision and so reaction. What are you finding difficult about it? Are you in your GCSE year? Even if not the CGP chemistry revision books explain units 1-6 clearly.
Well i'm having trouble on the risk aassessment as i can't seen find the hazard for when the acid (hydrochloric acid) reachs over 50°C and that sodium thiosulphate solution and dilute hydrochloric acid should be kept at a small amount.

Yes I'm doing GSCE
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