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1. The rate law for reaction A is: rate=k[A]2. When [A] was 2.0 molar, the reaction was found to be 3.0x10-3 mol/L*s. Determine the rate constant.
7.5x10-4 7.5x10-3 1.5x10-3 1.5x10-4 none of the above

2. As temperature increases, the reaction rate...
decrease then increase decreases increases stays the same increase then decrease

3. For a first-order reaction, reaction rate and concentration are
directly proportional inversely proportional independent cannot be determined none of the above

4. For a zero-order reaction, the rate is ___ of concentration.
independent dependent that inversely none of the above

5. Based on the collision model, the atoms at the top of the potential energy "hill" are called:
top of the hill activation energy transition state catalyst steric factor

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