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during an endothermic reaction increasing the concentration of the reactant will make the reaction more endothermic and hence this will decrease the temperature of the reaction mixture but will this also slow down the rate of the reaction?
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I would guess that, there are 2 competing but opposite factors at play here. Increasing the concentration will increase the rate of the reaction. Since the reaction rate is increasing the temperature change should decrease more quickly and so this would imply that the rate should slow down. However I would suggest that the concentration factors will influence rate here and that the rate will increase with concentration.

Would be helpful if you had some rate constants for different temperatures then you could workout the rate for the reaction at various temperatures.

sorry thats the best I can come up with
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