Iodine clock experiment

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For a graph for this experiment what would the x and y axis be please for a level chemistry?
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For a graph for this experiment what would the x and y axis be please for a level chemistry?
Have you completed the experiment? What are the headings of your columns?

Remember, the independent variable goes on the x-axis and the dependent variable on the y-axis.
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Have you completed the experiment? What are the headings of your columns?

Remember, the independent variable goes on the x-axis and the dependent variable on the y-axis.
Haven’t done it yet as we have to plan our own version first x
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Haven’t done it yet as we have to plan our own version first x
This should help:
https://pmt.physicsandmathstutor.com...20reaction.pdf
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Haven’t done it yet as we have to plan our own version first x
Ahh the clock experiment is termed alongside reaction rates and orders of reactions. So I suggest you do the practical and note that rate is inversely proportional to 1/T which is useful to have. It is usually a colour change over a period of time but I haven’t seen many questions in a clock reaction tbh.
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With T being Time
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