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How Does the Concentration of Acid Affect the Amount of Bubble?

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The concentration of acid affects the rate of reaction and so affects the amount of bubbles that will be produced in a reaction. The higher the concentration of acid, the higher the rate of reaction and consequently the more the bubbles are produced. The duration of time for the gas to be produced in a reaction is measured after the first bubble.
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