NDTAPQ Search this coursetionsUse the References to access important values if needed for this question.The water in a pressure cooker boils at a temperature greater than 100°C because it is under pressure. At this higher temperature, the chemical reactions associated withthe cooking of food take place at a greater rate.(a) Some food cooks fully in 6.00 min in a pressure cooker at 113.0°C and in 30.0 minutes in an open pot at 100.0°C. Calculate the average activation energyreactions associated with the cooking of this food.kJ mol1food take to cook in an open pot of boiling water at an altitude of 5000 feet, where the boiling point of water is 94.9 C?minSubmit Answer3 question attempts remainingAutosaved at 9:31 AMNexBack9:31 AM

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The water in a pressure cooker boils at a temperature greater than 100°C because it is under pressure. At this higher temperature, the chemical reactions associated with
the cooking of food take place at a greater rate.
(a) Some food cooks fully in 6.00 min in a pressure cooker at 113.0°C and in 30.0 minutes in an open pot at 100.0°C. Calculate the average activation energy
reactions associated with the cooking of this food.
kJ mol1
food take to cook in an open pot of boiling water at an altitude of 5000 feet, where the boiling point of water is 94.9 C?
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NDTAP Q Search this course tions Use the References to access important values if needed for this question. The water in a pressure cooker boils at a temperature greater than 100°C because it is under pressure. At this higher temperature, the chemical reactions associated with the cooking of food take place at a greater rate. (a) Some food cooks fully in 6.00 min in a pressure cooker at 113.0°C and in 30.0 minutes in an open pot at 100.0°C. Calculate the average activation energy reactions associated with the cooking of this food. kJ mol1 food take to cook in an open pot of boiling water at an altitude of 5000 feet, where the boiling point of water is 94.9 C? min Submit Answer 3 question attempts remaining Autosaved at 9:31 AM Nex Back 9:31 AM

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The pressure in the pressure cooker raises the boiling point and hence the pressure cooker boils water at greater than at normal temperature.

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 Convert the given Celsius temperatures to Kelvin temperatures.

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Determine activation using ...

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