Problem: The reaction below exhibits a second-order rate reaction: What happens to the rate if the concentration of 1-iodopropane is doubled and the concentration of sodium hydroxide is tripled?   

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The reaction below exhibits a second-order rate reaction:

What happens to the rate if the concentration of 1-iodopropane is doubled and the concentration of sodium hydroxide is tripled? 

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