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CHM 206
Spring 2008
Dr. Logan
CH 15 Learning Objectives
Chapter 15:
Principles of Reactivity:
Chemical Kinetics
Know
and be able to use
the
key equations
, found on p. 743.
Understand rates of reaction and the conditions affecting rates
a.
Understand
the concept of reaction rate.
b.
Derive the average and instantaneous rates of a reaction from experimental information.
c.
Be able to interpret a plot of [A] vs time, and know that rates usually vary with time.
d.
Describe factors that affect reaction rate (i.e., reactant concentration, temperature, presence
of a catalyst, and the state of the reactants).
Derive the rate equation, rate constant, and reaction order from experimental data.
a.
Define the various parts of a rate equation (the rate constant and order of reaction) and
understand their significance.
b.
Derive a rate equation
(rate law)
from experimental information.
Use integrated rate laws
a.
Know the difference between the differentiated rate laws and the integrated rate laws.
b.
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 Kinetics

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