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    Just to check, do you know what a change of 1 on the pH scale will do to the [H+]?
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    If you calculate the hydrogen ion concentration from the pH you can use this in the rate equation for each of the possible answers.

    You need to be aware that [H+] = 10-pH

    Additionally, because you have the same k value for each possibility A- D (as they are at the same temperature), you can ignore k in this question.
 
 
 
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