15. Chemical Kinetics
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The rate constant of a reaction at 32°C is 0.060/s. If the frequency factor is 3.1 × 1015 s–1, what is the activation barrier?
A reaction with an activation energy Ea = 55.00 kJ/mol is run at temperature of 30ºC. Determine the temperature required to increase the rate constant 3 times.
The following data shows the rate constant of a reaction measured at numerous temperatures. Use the Arrhenius plot to determine the frequency factor for the reaction.