Be sure to answer all parts. The rate constant of a reaction is 6.20 × 10^{−5} L/mol· s at 195° C and 3.85× 10^{−3} L/mol· s at 258° C. What is the activation energy of the reaction? Enter your answer in scientific notation.× 10 J/mol |
Be sure to answer all parts. The rate constant of a reaction is 6.20 × 10−5...
Be sure to answer all parts. The rate constant of a reaction is 2.80 x 10 5 L/mol's at 195°C and 6.70 x 10" L/molts at 258°C. What is the activation energy of the reaction? Enter your answer in scientific notation. x 10_J/mol
Be sure to answer all parts. The rate constant of a reaction is 3.2 x 10-5 at 25°C, and the activation energy is 33.6 kJ/mol. What is k at 75°C? Enter your answer in scientific notation. 1.0259972
Be sure to answer all parts. The rate constant of a reaction is 4.2 x 10's at 25°C, and the activation energy is 33.6 kJ/mol. What is k at 75°C? Enter your answer in scientific notation. *10 ,1
The rate constant of a reaction is 4.75 × 10−5 L/mol·s at 195 °C and 9.85 × 10−3 L/mol·s at 258 °C. What is the activation energy of the reaction? Enter your answer in scientific notation.
Be sure to answer all parts. The first-order rate constant for the reaction of methyl chloride (CH3CI) with water to produce methanol (CH3OH) and hydrochloric acid (HCI) is 3.32 × 10-10 5-1 at 25°C. Calculate the rate constant at 48.9°C if the activation energy is 116 kJ/mol. *10 51 (Enter your answer in scientific notation.)
1 attempt left Check my work Be sure to answer all parts. The rate constant of a reaction is 5.0 x 10's at 25°C, and the activation energy is 33.6 kJ/mol. What is k at 75°C? Enter your answer in scientific notation. *10
Be sure to answer all parts. For a certain reaction, the frequency factor A is 8.3 × 109 s−1 and the activation energy is 22.4 kJ/mol. What is the rate constant for the reaction at 92°C _ × 10_ s−1 (Enter your answer in scientific notation.)
2 attempts left Check my work Be sure to answer all parts. For a certain reaction, the frequency factor A is 5.9 x 10° s What is the rate constant for the reaction at 84°C and the activation energy is 16.1 kJ/mol. 3.6 (Enter your answer in scientific notation.)
Be sure to answer all parts. Understanding the high-temperature formation and breakdown of the nitrogen oxides is essential for controlling the pollutants generated by car engines. The second-order reaction for the breakdown of nitric oxide to its elements has rate constants of 0.0796 L/mol-s at 737°C and 0.0815 L/mol-s at 947 C. What is the activation energy of this reaction? Give your answer in scientific notation. J x 10 mol 4NAD
Be sure to answer all parts. Understanding the high-temperature formation and breakdown of the nitrogen oxides is essential for controlling the pollutants generated by car engines. The second-order reaction for the breakdown of nitric oxide to its elements has rate constants of 0.0796 L/mol-s at 737°C and 0.0815 L/mol-s at 947°C. What is the activation energy of this reaction? Give your answer in scientific notation. x 10 mol