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    Hi everyone,

    I ma currently doing my chemistry investigation and it is on rates of reaction. I have already done the scientific background for the write up but our teacher asked us to write up a quantitative prediction and hypothesis on the factor you have chosen.

    Our group chose concentration as a factor however, i have no idea what to write for the prediction and hypothesis.

    Please help!
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    What do you think will happen when concentration changes and then write it in the form of a hypothesis.
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    Your hypothesis could be
    "To find out whether the rate of reaction could increase"

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    (Original post by Naomeyz_01)
    Your hypothesis could be
    "To find out whether the rate of reaction could increase"

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    That's an aim not a hypothesis!


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