An experiment was done by me to determine the rate law of a reactant. If the reaction occurred faster(ex. by just stirring reactants), would the accuracy of rate law calculated increase? If it doesn't increase accuracy, then what is the point of stirring/swirling the reactants? I think that the accuracy would increase, because the rate law is most accurate for the initial concentrations at an specified temperature, and this changes more throughout a longer experiment, than a shorter one. So a faster experimental rate of reaction would increase the accuracy. Need some confirmation. Thanks.