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collision-theory - The Collision Theory and Activation...

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The Collision Theory and Activation Energy Explaining how and why factors affect reaction rates
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The Maxwell-Boltzmann apparatus Maxwell and Boltzmann performed an experiment to determine the kinetic energy distribution of atoms Because all atoms of an element have roughly the same mass, the kinetic energy of identical atoms is determined by velocity (KE= ½mv 2 )
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The Maxwell-Boltzmann apparatus Maxwell and Boltzmann performed an experiment to determine the kinetic energy distribution of atoms Because all atoms of an element have roughly the same mass, the kinetic energy of identical atoms is determined by velocity (KE= ½mv 2 )
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The Maxwell-Boltzmann apparatus Maxwell and Boltzmann performed an experiment to determine the kinetic energy distribution of atoms Because all atoms of an element have roughly the same mass, the kinetic energy of identical atoms is determined by velocity (KE= ½mv 2 )
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The Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution The resulting disk looks like this:
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2011 for the course CHEM 1010 taught by Professor Marshall during the Spring '11 term at North Texas.

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