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The Arrhenius Equation is k=Ae^Ea/RT. We would use the arrhenius equation when you want to show the effect of changing the temperature on the rate constant. The arrhenius equation shows the relationship between the rate constant, k, temperature T, activation energy, and A, which is the proportionality constant/pre-exponential factor--which includes the # collisions with correct orientations.
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