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In a one step reaction like an elementary step, do the sum of the coefficients of the reactants in a balanced equation equal to the overall order of the reaction?

yes

Sir,

Do the coefficients of the reactants in the Rate Determining Step or the slowest step, always be the exponents in the Rate Law equation for the reactants?

Could you please post the last two pages of this problem set?

It would help a lot!

Is it“this page” you are referring to

The other sheet which says part B with no page number, at the moment I don’t have a solution written

Hi Mr. V,

Yeah, it was that page, but thanks anyway!

Sir please post the 3rd and 4th pages

Did you go to the bottom of the page and check????