. What is zero order reaction Explain with suitable example

Best Answer


A Zero Order Reaction is the type of chemical reaction whose rate does not vary with the change in the concentration of the reactants and hence is equal to the rate constant of the reaction.

Its Differential and Integral Rate Law for a zero order reaction can be written as:


Final Answer:  Zero order reaction is the reaction in which the rate is independent of reactant concentration and can only be determined experimentally.


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