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A -------> B + C

if the reaction mix. is titrated with reagent R having n factor towards A,B and C is 1:2:3

calculate the rate of reaction at intial time and at infinite time in terms of reagent volume used?

(intially vol. used of reagent v1 anf final vol. used is v2)

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