7th Ed. 7E.3

Arrhenius Equation:

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Henry Krasner 1C
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7th Ed. 7E.3

Postby Henry Krasner 1C » Wed Mar 13, 2019 3:25 pm

How does one go from e^(-0.6Ea/RT)/ e^(-Ea/RT) to e^((-0.6+1)Ea/RT)? Is this just a log/e rule?

Celine Cheng 1H
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Re: 7th Ed. 7E.3

Postby Celine Cheng 1H » Wed Mar 13, 2019 6:20 pm

Since you're dividing by e^(-Ea/RT), you can rewrite it so that it is multiplied by e^(Ea/RT), so you get e^(-0.6Ea/RT) * e^(Ea/RT), which you can combine to create e^((-0.6+1)Ea/RT)


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