Kinetics

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Kinetics
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2013-01-16 15:28:57
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Advanced Higher Chemistry - Unit Two - Kinetics
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  1. What does the rate of a chemical reaction normally depend on?
    The concentratioms of the reactants
  2. For a first order reaction, where reactant A is involved, how would the rate be expressed?
    rate = k[A]
  3. For a second order reaction, where reactant A is involved, how would the rate be expressed?
    rate = k[A]2
  4. For a third order reaction, where reactant A is involved, how would the rate be expressed?
    rate = k[A]3
  5. What would the overall order of a reaction be for a reaction with the rate equation rate = k[A][B]2?
    Third order
  6. What would the overall order of a reaction be for a reaction with the rate equation rate = k[A][B]?
    Second order
  7. What are the units for a first order reaction?
    s-1
  8. What are the units for a second order reaction?
    mol-1 l s-1
  9. What are the units for a third order reaction?
    mol-2 l2 s-1

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