Question 15.63

Arrhenius Equation:

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Gavin Kellerman 1D
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Question 15.63

Postby Gavin Kellerman 1D » Tue Mar 13, 2018 8:19 pm

For questions like this one where you're given one rate constant at one temperature and asked to find the rate constant at another, does it matter whether we solve for k or k', so long as the corresponding temperatures to each rate constant are in the correct position in the formula?

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Re: Question 15.63

Postby Lucian1F » Wed Mar 14, 2018 4:17 pm

For this question and problems like this where two rate constants at two different temperatures for the same reaction and the activation energy is given as well, use the Arrhenius equation to find the answer.

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Re: Question 15.63

Postby Angel R Morales Dis1G » Thu Mar 15, 2018 7:51 pm

As long as you are consistent with what k you are associating with that particular temperature, it shouldn't matter.


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