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SC155 – Introduction to Chemistry Unit 6 – Study Guide Please use the Thinkwell Videos and notes pages (found in Doc Sharing) to help you complete this guide. Section 1 – Key Terms and Concepts Instantaneous reaction rate Overall reaction rate Rate law of a reaction Haber-Bosch process Activation energy Forward reaction Backward reaction catalyst Section 2 – Mathematical Concepts Important equations for this unit include: + + the rate law for the reaction aA bB cC dD = rate k Am Bn = + the overall order of this reaction is m n + + the overall reaction rate for the reaction aA bB cC dD = = = - = - rate 1c x dCdt 1d x dDdt 1a x dAdt 1b x dBdt The notation used here , is d[C] / dt. This is read as, “the change in concentration of C through time (change in time). You may also see the “d” written as a “ ”. They essentially mean the same thing. Section 3 – Practice Problems
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1. Write the overall reaction rate for the following reaction.
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