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Understanding the high temperature formation and breakdown of the nitrogen oxide generated from power plants and cars. first order breakdown of...

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?

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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

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