pre equilibrium approach


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Salma Sudarmadji 2I
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pre equilibrium approach

Postby Salma Sudarmadji 2I » Sun Feb 26, 2017 12:55 am

When do we know to use the pre equilibrium approach?
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Manali Ghadiali 1E
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Re: pre equilibrium approach

Postby Manali Ghadiali 1E » Sun Feb 26, 2017 1:41 am

The pre-equilibrium approach is used to find an expression for the rate of product formed. It is used when the first step of the reaction is the faster step. This is in contrast to the steany state method in which the first step is the slow step. Furthermore, the pre-equilibrium approach is used when an intermediate is formed.

Andrea Medina 1A
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Re: pre equilibrium approach

Postby Andrea Medina 1A » Sun Feb 26, 2017 4:43 pm

do we do pre equilibrium basically any time the slow step is not the very first step?


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