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I understand the concepts of the collision theory pretty well, however I was just wondering if the collision theory only applies to gas-phase reactions, or if there are any instances in which it can be applied to a solid or liquid-phase reaction? Thanks so much!
The collision theory primarily applies to gas phased particles because particles in the gaseous state have the proper structure needed for the right kind of collision to occur. Also, since the collision theory is based on the kinetic theory of gases it only deals with gas-phase chemical reactions.
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