## Arrhenius equation?

Amy Xiao 1I
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### Arrhenius equation?

I was reading 5J3 and there was a box on page 432 that explained the changes on equilibrium constant of temperature. They explained through kinetics and mentioned the Arrhenius equation. Can someone explain what this all means?

Hannah Lee 2F
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### Re: Arrhenius equation?

The Arrhenius equation shows the temperature dependence of reaction rates: The textbook is showing how to derive van't Hoff equation from the Arrhenius equation by relating the temperature dependence of reaction rates to the temperature dependence of equilibrium constants. Thus, the kinetic and thermodynamic perspectives both show the role of temperature in determining equilibrium.

You can use the van't Hoff equation to find the equilibrium constant, K, at different temperatures: lnK2 - lnK1 = ln(K2/K1) = -(deltaH/R)(1/T2 - 1/T1)

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### Re: Arrhenius equation?

Hannah Lee 2F wrote:The Arrhenius equation shows the temperature dependence of reaction rates: The textbook is showing how to derive van't Hoff equation from the Arrhenius equation by relating the temperature dependence of reaction rates to the temperature dependence of equilibrium constants. Thus, the kinetic and thermodynamic perspectives both show the role of temperature in determining equilibrium.

You can use the van't Hoff equation to find the equilibrium constant, K, at different temperatures: lnK2 - lnK1 = ln(K2/K1) = -(deltaH/R)(1/T2 - 1/T1)

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