ReactionRatePractice1

ReactionRatePractice1 - Practice Questions for Reaction...

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Practice Questions for Reaction Rates-1 An AP Chemistry In-Class Activity Part 1 Please indicate the correct answer by circling the letter corresponding to the correct answer Rates of reaction 1. The reaction between hydrogen and sulfur below is exothermic. H 2 (g) + S(s) H 2 S(g) Which one of the following factors will increase the rate of this reaction? A. Decreasing the temperature B Decreasing the volume of the container C Adding more sulfur D Removing H 2 S 2. Raising the temperature speeds up most chemical reaction. This is due to an increase in which of the following? I. The number of collisions occurring in a given time II. The energy of each collision A. I only B. II only C. Both I and II D. Neither I nor II 3. From question 2. above, which factor has a greater effect in speeding up a chemical reaction? A. I B. II C. I and II have equal effect D. Depends on the reaction 4. Reaction rates generally increase in response to a decrease in A. catalyst concentration. B.
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