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The rate constants of chemical reactions are typically inferred from slopes and intersection points of observed concentration curves. In small systems that operate far below the thermodynamic limit, these concentration profiles become stochastic and such an inference is less straightforward. By using elements of queuing theory, we introduce a procedure for inferring (time dependent) kinetic parameters from microscopic observations that are given by molecular simulations of many simultaneouslyarXiv:1810.06173v2 fatcat:gzb735vgkrdyddlcpp23bm4au4