Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Rate Of Change Finder Why Does Reaction Rate Change As Concentration Change?

Why does reaction rate change as concentration change? - rate of change finder

This laboratory is a problem. This is kinetic. So why the change in speed of reaction, such as changing temperature?
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... said...

The reaction rate is a factor in the number of collisions colllision, the correct orientation of the molecules and energy. So, if the concentration of a reagent, the number of collisions in the right direction with enough power (it probablilyt). When the temperature rises, not only the number of collisions on the rise, but the number of collisions with sufficeient energy increases the reaction rate.

niksie19 said...

I think it has something to do, move how fast the molecules. omg, only since the 1.5 years since I graduated, and I remember nothing chem12. sad

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