Problem: A reaction was found to be second order in carbon monoxide concentration. If the concentration of carbon monoxide is tripled, the rate of the reaction a) remains unchanged b) doubles c) triples d) increases by a factor of 9 e) increases by a factor of 4

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A reaction was found to be second order in carbon monoxide concentration. If the concentration of carbon monoxide is tripled, the rate of the reaction

a) remains unchanged

b) doubles

c) triples

d) increases by a factor of 9

e) increases by a factor of 4

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