Exchange reactions

Exchange reactions - Introduction to Basic Chemistry *...

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Introduction to Basic Chemistry * Exchange reactions * Some reactions are reversible Endergonic Chemical Reactions (Synthesis or Combination) Exergonic Reation (Disassociation) Law of Mass Action * Pertains to reversible reactions when the reaction proceed from the side with the greater quantity of reactants to the side with the lesser quantity Reaction Rate * The amount of product formed per unit time depends on * Concentration- the greater the concentration of reactants the greater the rate of reaction * Temperature - the higher the temperature the greater the rate of reaction * Catalysts - increases the speed of the reaction. Concentration and Reaction Rate * The greater the concentration of reactants the greater the opportunity for collision Temperature and Reaction Rate Catalysts Reduce the Energy of Activation Resulting in a Greater Reaction Rate Catalyst Reduce Energy of Activation Energy Needed for Body Chemical Reactions Energy for The Body’s Chemical Reactions
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2012 for the course BSC BSC1085 taught by Professor Sharonsimpson during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.

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