• Is the rate constant k
    Constant for all order rxns at const temp?
    If yes then why we imply 1 order rxns when k is const

  • see if you're Changing the order of the reaction then it's obviously a different reaction... this is not the way to compare.
    When we say k is const and varies only with temp it means it's obvious we're talking about a particular reaction and changing the conditions for that particular reaction and checking whether k has changed or not.
    For an entirely different reaction obviously k would be different.

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