What is the linear plot for the chemical reaction with an overall order of n = 1 ?
A. 
[A]^{2} vs. t 

B. 
1/[A]^{2} vs. t 

C. 
[A] vs. t 

D. 
Ln[A] vs. t 
What is the linear plot for the chemical reaction with an overall order of n =...
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