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Unformatted text preview: Some of the more obvious trends were that as the concentration level was lowered, the reaction rate slowed. Such trends supported the alternative hypothesis at the beginning of the lab. More of the unnoticed patterns were that of human error. We noticed that some of the readings were a bit off due to false time readings or wrong concentration levels added. Results Results support the hypothesis because the higher the concentration of Catechol, the faster the reaction rate took place. Also, another observation made was that not only did the rate of the reaction increase, but the total product made was higher as well....
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