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Are there two different meanings for k’ and capital A in kinetics?
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k is the rate constant and A is the collision factor
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technically k' is the rate of the reverse reaction. k is the rate of the forward reaction. K is the equilibrium constant. K=k/k'
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k' represents the rate of the reverse reaction and A represents the frequency factor.
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k' represents the rate constant of the reaction and A represents the collision factor
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