# Using the Arrhenius equation to calculate k at one temperature ..DE***The rate constant of a certain reaction is known to obey the Arrhenius equation, and to have an activation energy E31.0 kJ/mol. If the rate constant of thisreaction is 1.7 x 10 M sat 66.0 °C, what will the rate constant be at 156.0 °C?Round your answer to 2 significant digits.k = ] Mx10?XCheckExplanationI PrivaO2019 McGraw-Hill Education. All Rights Reserved.Terms of UseII

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If the rate constant of this reaction is 1.7×10 ^4 at 66 Celsius but will the rate constant be at 156 Celsius. Round to two significant digits

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Step 1

Given,

Rate constant = 1.7 * 104 M-1s-1.

Initial temperature = 66.0 degree Celsius.

Final temperature ...

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