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Collision Theory

Q. For a chemical reaction to occur, all of the following must happen except

Solved • Oct 28, 2019

Collision Theory

Q. For the following reaction, how many unique collisions between A and B are possible if 4 particles of A(g) and 6 particles of B(g) are present in the vessel? A(g) + B(g) → AB(g)

Solved • Oct 10, 2019

Collision Theory

Q. Consider the following hypothetical molecular collisions and predict which of the following will form potential products, given the values for the energy of activation, Ea, and enthalpy of the reaction, ΔH, in combination with the molecular orientation. Check all that apply.

Solved • Sep 26, 2019

Collision Theory

Q. Which of the following statements is false? A. As temperature increases, the activation energy decreases. B. As temperature increases, the number of collisions between reactants also increases. C. A catalyst speeds up a reaction by providing an alternative mechanism with a lower activation energy D. For a typical reaction at room temperature with an activation energy of about 50 kJ/mol, a 10 ºC rise in temperature leads to an approximate doubling of the rate. E. With all else

Solved • Sep 15, 2019

Collision Theory

Q. For the following elementary reaction : 2A(g) ---> B(g), if two molecules of A collide the reaction takes place and B is produced? why would this be false

Solved • Jul 20, 2019

Collision Theory

Q. For the following reaction, how many unique collisions between A and B are possible if 2 particles of A(g) and 5 particles of B(g) are present in the vessel? A(g) + B(g) -> AB(g)

Solved • Jul 10, 2019