pseudo rate constant

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A term sometimes used for a @[email protected] For example, if the rate equation is: \[v=k\ \text{[A]}\ \text{[B]}\] the function \(k\ \text{[A]}\) is the pseudo first-order @[email protected] (or first-order @[email protected]) with respect to B. Similarly, \(k\ \text{[B]}\) is the pseudo first-order @[email protected] (or first-order @[email protected]) with respect to A. The term pseudo @[email protected] is particularly useful when the concentration of one reactant is much greater than that of another.
See also:
rate coefficient
Source:
PAC, 1996, 68, 149. (A glossary of terms used in chemical kinetics, including reaction dynamics (IUPAC Recommendations 1996)) on page 178 [Terms] [Paper]