Problem: A reaction is second order in [A]. What happens to the rate when the concentration of A is doubled? A. The rate remains unchanged B. The rate increases by a factor of two C. The rate increases by a factor of three D. The rate increases by a factor of four E. The rate increases by a factor of nine

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A reaction is second order in [A]. What happens to the rate when the concentration of A is doubled?

A. The rate remains unchanged

B. The rate increases by a factor of two

C. The rate increases by a factor of three

D. The rate increases by a factor of four

E. The rate increases by a factor of nine

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