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2/10/2021Collision Theory Gizmo : ExploreLearning1/5Print PageASSESSMENT QUESTIONS:MEERA ALZAABIQ1Q2Q3Q4Q5SCOREYour Resultssavedfor classClass 14/5Questions & Answers1. A reaction done at 100°C without catalysts has the reactant concentration graph shownbelow. What is the most likely reactant concentration graph for a reaction done at 125°C?
2/10/2021Collision Theory Gizmo : ExploreLearning
2/5Correct Answer: A.Graph AExplanation: According to collision theory, chemical reactions occur when moleculescollide at a certain orientation and with enough energy. When the temperature israised, the average speed of the molecules rises as well. This increases the number ofcollisions between molecules, and the energy with which the collisions occur. Theprobability of a collision that is above the activation energy is increased, and thereaction will proceed at a greater rate. In a faster reaction, the reactants will be usedup more quickly, resulting in a steeper graph such as Graph A.

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