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Method of initial rates

The method of initial rates involves substituting the initial reactant concentrations into rate calculations. When you do the experiment, you will be given KMNO4 and H2C2O4 solutions of know concentrations. Will you used these known concentrations in your rate calculations? Briefly explain.

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