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Exam 2 Inventory: What you should be able to do if you are ready for Exam 2. Use the PSE. PSP, QRT Homework, and the Exam Library for Practice (Lec = Lecture, PSE = Problem Solving Example, PSP = Problem Solving Practice, MSJ Chapter 13: Chemical Kinetics Explain what is meant by “the rate of a chemical reaction.” 13.1, Lec 10 Identify the four factors that affect the rate of a chemical reaction. 13.1 Define the rate in terms of any reactant or any product. PSE 13.2, Lec 10 Given concentration vs time data, calculate the average rate for any time interval. PSE 13.1, Lec 10 Explain the difference between the average rate and the instantaneous rate of a reaction. 13.1, Lec 10 Determine the rate law from concentration effects on the initial rate. 13.2, Lec 10, FC 29 Identify the order of the reaction with respect to each reactant and the overall order from the rate law. 13.3, Lec 10 Given the integrated rate laws, identify them as for a zero, first, or second order reaction. 13.3, Lec 11 Given concentration vs time data, make a graph to determine the order of the reaction. 13.3, Lec 11 Use the slope of a graph line to determine the rate constant for a reaction. 13.3, Lec 11 Use the integrated rate law to calculate the concentration at any time after the reaction has begun. 13.3, Lec 11, SRP 12 Use the integrated rate law to calculate the time required for the concentration to reach a specified value. 13.3, Lec 11, SRP 12 Explain what is meant by the half-life of a reaction. 13.3, Lec 11 Calculate the half life from the rate constant for a first order reaction. 13.3, Lec 11 Explain what is meant by an elementary reaction or elementary step in a reaction mechanism. 13.4, Lec 12 Explain what is meant by a unimolecular reaction and by a bimolecular reaction. 13.4, Lec 12 Explain what is meant by the transition state in a reaction. 13.4, Lec 13 On a graph of free energy vs reaction progress, identify the position of the transition state. 13.4, Lec 13 On a graph of free energy vs reaction progress, draw an arrow representing the activation energy. 13.4, Lec 13
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This note was uploaded on 07/15/2009 for the course CHE 131 taught by Professor Kerber during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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