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I agree, I think the calculated k only applies at the given temperature. If you increase temperature the molecules have more Kinetic energy and this will alter the probability that they run into each other with proper orientation and sufficent energy and therefore k must be a different value to have the law correspond with experimental values at the new temperature.
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