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Unformatted text preview: 5.535x107 sec1 . At 76.0 °C the rate constant has increased to 7.433x106 sec1 . (a) Assuming that the dependence on temperature of the rate of this reaction can be described by the Arrhenius Equation, calculate the values of the preexponential factor (“A”), and the energy of activation (Ea) for this reaction. (b) Calculate the temperature at which the rate of this reaction would be the average (numeric mean) of the rates at 50.0 °C and 76.0 °C. (c) Calculate what the rate constant would be at a temperature that is the average (numeric mean) of 50.0 °C and 76.0 °C....
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 Spring '07
 DAVIS,F
 Chemistry, compound B. Listed

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