Explaining reaction rates and concentration
Added by Lawrie Ryan on Feb 27, 2008
An animation illustrating why concentration of the reactants effects the reaction rate. A stylised microscopic view of a reactant in a solution demonstrates that the greater the concentration, the greater the number of collisions and hence the faster the reaction.
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