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Adsorption terms

Adsorption is the accumulation or concentration of liquid or gas molecules (adsorbate) over the surface of a solid or a liquid (adsorbent). It is a surface phenomenon. 
Adsorbate: The gas or liquid that is accumulated over the surface of a liquid or solid is known as adsorbate.
Adsorbent: The solid or liquid on whose surface, molecules of other substance are adsorbed. Solids, particularly in finely divided state, have large surface area and therefore act as good adsorbents.

Factors affecting rate of chemical reaction

The rate of a chemical reaction is affected by several factors like:
1) Concentration of reactants
2) Pressure
3) Temperature
4) Catalyst
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