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Burdge
ISBN: 9781259327933

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CHEMISTRY: ATOMS FIRST VOL 1 W/CON...

14th Edition
Burdge
ISBN: 9781259327933

(a)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The molecularity and the rate law for the given elementary steps have to be determined.

Concept introduction:

Unimolecular: A molecule undergoes rearrangement itself to give one or more products is said to be unimolecuar reactions.

Bimolecular: Two molecules undergo collision to give one or more products is said to be bimolecular reactions.

Termolecular: Three molecules undergo collision to give one or more products is said to be termolecular reactions.

Rate of a reaction: It represents the speed at which a chemical reaction runs.  How much concentration of substrates (reactants) consumed and how much concentration of targets (products) formed in a unit of time is said to be rate of reaction.

  • Rate of reaction depends on time, temperature, pressure, concentration, and pH  of the reaction.

(b)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The molecularity and the rate law for the given elementary steps have to be determined.

Concept introduction:

Unimolecular: A molecule undergoes rearrangement itself to give one or more products is said to be unimolecuar reactions.

Bimolecular: Two molecules undergo collision to give one or more products is said to be bimolecular reactions.

Termolecular: Three molecules undergo collision to give one or more products is said to be termolecular reactions.

Rate of a reaction: It represents the speed at which a chemical reaction runs.  How much concentration of substrates (reactants) consumed and how much concentration of targets (products) formed in a unit of time is said to be rate of reaction.

  • Rate of reaction depends on time, temperature, pressure, concentration, and pH of the reaction.

 (c)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The molecularity and the rate law for the given elementary steps have to be determined.

Concept introduction:

Unimolecular: A molecule undergoes rearrangement itself to give one or more products is said to be unimolecuar reactions.

Bimolecular: Two molecules undergo collision to give one or more products is said to be bimolecular reactions.

Termolecular: Three molecules undergo collision to give one or more products is said to be termolecular reactions.

Rate of a reaction: It represents the speed at which a chemical reaction runs.  How much concentration of substrates (reactants) consumed and how much concentration of targets (products) formed in a unit of time is said to be rate of reaction.

  • Rate of reaction depends on time, temperature, pressure, concentration, and pH of the reaction.

(d)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The molecularity and the rate law for the given elementary steps have to be determined.

Concept introduction:

Unimolecular: A molecule undergoes rearrangement itself to give one or more products is said to be unimolecuar reactions.

Bimolecular: Two molecules undergo collision to give one or more products is said to be bimolecular reactions.

Termolecular: Three molecules undergo collision to give one or more products is said to be termolecular reactions.

Rate of a reaction: It represents the speed at which a chemical reaction runs.  How much concentration of substrates (reactants) consumed and how much concentration of targets (products) formed in a unit of time is said to be rate of reaction.

  • Rate of reaction depends on time, temperature, pressure, concentration, and pH of the reaction.

 (e)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The molecularity and the rate law for the given elementary steps have to be determined.

Concept introduction:

Unimolecular: A molecule undergoes rearrangement itself to give one or more products is said to be unimolecuar reactions.

Bimolecular: Two molecules undergo collision to give one or more products is said to be bimolecular reactions.

Termolecular: Three molecules undergo collision to give one or more products is said to be termolecular reactions.

Rate of a reaction: It represents the speed at which a chemical reaction runs.  How much concentration of substrates (reactants) consumed and how much concentration of targets (products) formed in a unit of time is said to be rate of reaction.

  • Rate of reaction depends on time, temperature, pressure, concentration, and pH of the reaction.

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