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A reaction has the following rate law:

rate = k[A][B]2

In experiment 1, the concentrations of A and B are both 0.10 mol • L–1; in experiment 2, the concentrations are both 0.30 mol • L–1. If the temperature stays constant, what is the value of the ratio, rate(2)/rate(1)?



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