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Part A) The rate constant for reaction 2N2O5 -> 4NO2 +O2 is 5.2

*10^-3 s^-1 at 65 Degrees Celsius. What would the rate constant for the reaction at 85 degrees Celsius; the activation energy is 103 kJ/mol.

Part B) A certain reaction has an activation energy of 32.98 kj/mol; at what temperature in kelvins will the reaction proceed 6 times faster than it did at 345 K?

Part C) A certain reaction proceeds 3 times faster at 465 K than it did at 435 K. What is the activation energy in kJ/mol.


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