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Unformatted text preview: 8000 10000 12000 1 / [H2O2] 1 / V Series1 Linear (Series1) 1 / V = 1 / V max + ( K M / V max [S] ) 1 / V 1 = 1 / .5441 + (.0004 / .5441(.0001)) = 9.189 1 / V 2 = 3.667 1 / V 3 = 2.757 1 / V 4 = 2.45 -1 / K M = -2500 Discussion: During the completion of this lab the difference in the rate of a reaction using a catalyst and solutions of different concentration was found. The higher the concentration of H 2 O 2 used, the faster the rate of the reaction was. After thinking about the ideal gas law, PV = nRT, it would seem that the gas pressure sensor must work by determining the change in temperature of the flask. R is a constant, and the volume doesnt change. A set number of moles was put into the flask so the number moles doesnt change, but the temperature increases as the pressure increases proportionally....
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