Problem: Which rate law is bimolecular? A) rate = k[A][B]3 B) rate = k[A][B] C) rate = k[A]3 D) rate = k[A][B][C][D] E) rate = k[A]2[B]2

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Which rate law is bimolecular?

A) rate = k[A][B]3

B) rate = k[A][B]

C) rate = k[A]3

D) rate = k[A][B][C][D]

E) rate = k[A]2[B]2