Kinetics Speed by a component
I am really confused. Is the rate of the reaction is different from rate by a compound, or does this two terms mean the same thing?
If I understand correctly, the rate of the reaction is the sum of the rates by a compounds
Rate by a compound? Something new.
@_brauer_ Unfortunately, I don't think so. I know that you can calculate speed be a component both by products and by reagents, while you calculate speed of the reaction only using reagents
@chaoticgood Why is it impossible to calculate the reaction rate in practice by increasing the concentration of the product?
I was talking about the mass law: v = k*[A]^n and etc
@chaoticgood Yes, thank you, I know this law. just wondering why it is impossible to measure the increase in product concentrations?
@amalgama How is this possible? Please give examples of finding the reaction rate through the concentration of the product.
Rate of the reaction May be measured by any compounds that takes place in the reaction
That's another thing. I hope that any compounds, respectively, that are involved in the reaction, other than reaction products.
@damiryagudin So why can't you measure the rate of a reaction by changing the concentrations of the reaction products?
@argentum It is possible to calculate the reaction rate for the product. But if this is an irreversible reaction, then with an increase or decrease in the concentration of the product, the rate of the irreversible reaction will not change.