2. At 50.°C reaction A has a rate constant of 2.3 L/mol*s, but at 60.°C the rate constant is 4.5L/mol*s. Find its activation energy Ea
2.4 x 104 J/mol 1.6 x104 J/mol 6.0x104 J/mol 6.0x106 J/mol 1.6 x103 J/mol
3. Molecules must ____ to react.
adsorb mix work together form collide
4. Which of these is NOT a differential rate law?
k[A][B] k[B]2 ln[A]0 - kt [B]0/2k .693/k
5. For a 2nd order reaction, if the concentration is doubled, the reaction rate will:
triple quadruple stay the same double none of the above
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