Many factors affect the rate of chemical reactions For example, a solid reagent reacts much faster if it breaks down into small pieces. The larger parts take longer to react. The two factors influencing the chemical reactions are the temperature and the concentration of the reagent
In general, the higher the temperature, the faster the reaction Will be.
When temperature is increased, the molecules (or atoms) have
more energy, thus meaning that they collide into each other with
The concentration of reagents
The concentration of a substance refers to the relationship between
the amount of substance and its volume. The higher the concentration
the more substance per unit volume