Answer to Question #91250 in Inorganic Chemistry for Agou Alier

Question #91250
If the rate of reaction doubles for every 10 °C rise in temperature, how much faster does
the reaction proceed at 45 °C than at 25 °C? At 95 °C than at 25 °C?
Expert's answer


"v2 = v1 \\times \\gamma ^{\\frac{t2-t1}{10}}"

According to the Vant-Hoff Rule, each time the temperature rises by 10 degrees Celsius, the reaction rate increases by 2 times, then for the first case it will increase by 4 times, and in the second case, by 14 times.


1) 4 times

2) 14 times

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12.07.19, 13:49

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Agou Alier
12.07.19, 13:46

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