* 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 Energy for The Body’s Chemical Reactions Energy For The Body’s Chemical Reactions
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2012 for the course SCIE SYG2000 taught by Professor Bernhardt during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.