unique rate  [ENDORSED]


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megangeorge-1K
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unique rate

Postby megangeorge-1K » Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:39 pm

what is the difference between a unique rate vs. an instantaneous rate?

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Re: unique rate

Postby Miya Lopez 1I » Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:48 pm

Unique rate of reaction looks like

and instantaneous reaction has the form or

the instantaneous rate is more accurate.

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Re: unique rate  [ENDORSED]

Postby juleschang16 » Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:51 pm

I found this posted by chem mod in another post regarding the same question:
"AVERAGE RATE = (CONC(t2) − CONC(t1))/(t2 −t1) = ∆CONC/∆t

INSTANTANEOUS RATE = −(d[R])/dt
OR
INSTANTANEOUS RATE = (d[P])/dt

AVERAGE & INSTANTANEOUS RATES CAN BE DIFFERERENT FOR THE INDIVIDUAL R & P.
THINK OF THEM AS THE EXPERIMENTALLY MEASURED RATES (COLLECTED DATA) OVER LONG TIME INTERVALS (∆) OR SHORT TIME INTERVALS (d).

UNLIKE THE UNIQUE RATE WHICH IS CALCULATED AND IS THE SAME FOR ALL R & P IN THAT ‘UNIQUE’ REACTION WHERE:

UNIQUE RATE = −1/a (d[A])/dt = 1/b (d[B])/dt = 1/c (d[C])/dt

IN THE REACTION: a A ---> b B + c C"

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Re: unique rate

Postby megangeorge-1K » Sat Mar 16, 2019 3:31 pm

these were very helpful thank you so much


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