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Consider this reaction data.A⟶products A⟶products  T (K)k (s–1)2250.3965750.758If you were going to graphically determine the activation energy of this reaction, what points would you plot? To avoid rounding errors, use at least three significant figures in all values.ponit 1= x?point 1= y?point 2=x?point 2=Y?Determine the rise, run, and slope of the line formed by these points?

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Consider this reaction data.

Aproducts A⟶products

 

 

T (K) k (s–1)
225 0.396
575 0.758

If you were going to graphically determine the activation energy of this reaction, what points would you plot? To avoid rounding errors, use at least three significant figures in all values.

ponit 1= x?

point 1= y?

point 2=x?

point 2=Y?

Determine the rise, run, and slope of the line formed by these points?

 

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Step 1

The given data is the values of rate constant (k) at two different temperatures. Using these data points, the activation energy of the reaction is to be determined graphically.

Step 2

The Arrhenius equation gives the dependance of the reaction rate constant on the temperature of the reaction as: 

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Step 3

The modified form of the Arrhenius equation relates the reaction rate constant...

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