Kinetics - Topic 6: Kinetics 6.1 Rates of reaction 6.1.1...

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Topic 6: Kinetics 6.1 Rates of reaction 6.1.1 Define the term rate of reaction How quickly a reaction reaches a certain point Decrease/increase in concentration of reactants per unit time 6.1.2 Describe suitable experimental procedures for measuring rates of reactions Change in pressure/mass/volume Spectrophotometer pH viscosity Conductivity 6.1.3 Analyze data from rate experiment 6.2 Collision theory 6.2.1 Describe the kinetic theory in terms of the movement of particles whose average energy is proportional to temperature in Kelvins 6.2.2 Define the term activation energy Minimum energy that particles colliding must have in order to produce successful reaction 6.2.3 Describe the collision theory Reactions take place as a result of particles colliding Not all collision cause reaction, even where the reaction is spontaneous Particles must have sufficient kinetic energy and the correct orientation w/respect to each other in order to react 6.2.4 Predict and explain, using the collision theory, the qualitative
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This note was uploaded on 08/22/2011 for the course CHEMISTRY 101 taught by Professor Jameslee during the Three '09 term at Victoria AU.

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Kinetics - Topic 6: Kinetics 6.1 Rates of reaction 6.1.1...

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