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1040 Exam 1 Study Guide - 1040 Study Questions and Guidance...

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1040 Study Questions and Guidance for Examination 1 Chapter 14 Vocabulary (Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7) chemical kinetics chemical rate versus average rate versus instantaneous rate chemical rate law chemical rate constant reaction orders overall reaction order zero order chemical reaction first order (natural or exponential) chemical reaction second order chemical reaction half-life catalyst vs. inhibitor collision model activation energy (Ea) activated complex (transition state) reaction mechanism elementary reactions rate determining step Arrhenius equation – know variables and graphical relationship (k versus T) Chapter 14 Nuts and bolts 1. List chemical and physical conditions that control the chemical rate of a reaction (or process). Perhaps discuss one or two conditions that if increased, briefly explain how does the chemical rate change? 2. For a balanced chemical reaction be able to predict the relative chemical reaction rates between a binary or ternary component system.
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