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    I'm working on a similar coursework due in tomorrow at latest.

    The peice is a study of how basicity affects the rate of a reaction, basicity being the number of hydrogen ions that will dissasociate from one molecule of the acid.

    In this case, HCl monobasic
    H2SO4 dibasic

    My data is concentration of H+ ions in solution over time.(this was calculated using amount of H2 gas evolved.

    My graphs are so close to zero order, ie no curve it's a joke. Is there any way of calculating partial orders like 1.5 order or 0.9 order.

    Could someone also tell me the difference between initial rate and overall rate? Including a method of calculating it would be soooooo helpful.

    Thanks in advance
 
 
 
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