Caption: Reaction rate. Pieces of marble (calcium carbonate) being dropped into hydrochloric acid. The beaker on the right contains acid at four times the concentration of the acid in the left beaker. The reaction in the stronger acid is more vigorous, shown by the volume of carbon dioxide gas being generated. Reaction rate is strongly dependent on the concentrations of the chemicals involved.

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Reaction rates due to concentration

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