I'm nearing the end of AP Chemistry, and in review for the big test I came across my old friend, Chemical Kinetics. Also being near the end of Precalculus, the "differential" and "integral" laws piqued my interest. Remembering that I have not taken any Calculus lessons, can someone help explain the mathematics involved in deriving the formulae we use in kinetics?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Differential v. Integral Rate Laws; Kinetics

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