Chapter 14 Worksheet 2008

Chapter 14 Worksheet 2008 - WORKSHEET CHAPTER 14 Define the...

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WORKSHEET CHAPTER 14 Define the following: A. reaction rate- B. reaction order- C. first order reactions- D. half-life- E. second order reactions- F. collision model- G. activation energy- H. transition state- I. catalyst- J. adsorption- K. enzymes- L. absorption- 1. What is the equation for a first order reaction? 2. What is the half-life equation for a first order reaction? 3. What is the equation for a second order reaction? 4. What is the half life equation for the second order reaction? 5. What is Arrhenius equation? What does each of the components stand for?
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A first order reaction has a concentration of 4.6 M at time = 25 seconds. The reaction has a k value of 3.5 x 10 -3 s -1 . What is the initial concentration of the substance? __________________ 7. What is the half life of a reaction in which the initial concentration of 3.4 x 10 -2 M and a k value of 4.5 M -1 s -1 ? What is the order of the reaction? Order ________________________
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