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Chemical kinetics Chemistry Physical chemistry Chemical engineering Order of reaction Reaction rate Rate equation First-order reaction Chemical reaction Rate-determining step Stoichiometry Equilibrium constant
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Chemical kinetics Chemistry Physical chemistry Chemical engineering Order of reaction Reaction rate Rate equation First-order reaction Chemical reaction Rate-determining step Stoichiometry Equilibrium constant
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g explosions, adhesives etc) x Environment (rate of ozone destruction, other atmospheric reactions) x Biology (biochemical control of reaction rates; metabolism of food and drugs) x Catalysis (carry out reactions quickly at lower T; enzymes) Factors determining reaction rates x Concentration of reactants (surface area of solids) x Temperature (faster at higher T) x Catalyst (increases rate without being consumed) x Physical state of reactants x Molecular structure/size of reactants Definition of rate The rate of a reaction is the change in concentration of a product or reactant per unit time. Therefore, rate is usually expressed in mol L1 s1 ("moles per litre per second"), although other time units may be more conven...
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