Understanding the high temperature formation and breakdown of the nitrogen oxide generated from power plants and cars. first order breakdown of dinitrogen monoxide to its elements has rates of 0.76 s^-1 at 727 degrees Celsius and.87 S to the negative 1 at 757 degrees Celsius. what is the activation energy of this reaction?
we know, ln (K2 / K1) = Ea / R * (T2 - T1) / T1 T2 Here Ea = activation energy. T2 = (757 +... View the full answer
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Arrhenius equation states that ln(k 2 / k 1 ) = (Ea / R) * (1/T 1 - 1/T 2 ) Where: k 2 = final rate constant = 0.87 s... View the full answer