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What is meant by phrase: "nature of reactants"?

Like: solid, liquid, gas, aqueous? It's different from concentration, right?

Update:

It is listed as something that may or may not have an impact on the speed of a chemical reaction. 

I'm supposed to decide if it impacts a chem rxn or not...

Update 2:

other options are: catalyst, temperature, reactant concentration

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  • 1 month ago
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    It might mean something like the state, or for a solid whether you have a single large chunk of it or a fine powder. 

    From your "other options", I would say that they all affect the speed of a reaction.

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