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Aquatic Chemical Kinetics

Aquatic Chemical Kinetics

Aquatic Chemical Kinetics. Look at 3 levels of chemical change: Phenomenological or observational Measurement of reaction rates and interpretation of data in terms of rate laws based on mass action Mechanistic

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Geochemical Kinetics

Geochemical Kinetics

Geochemical Kinetics. Look at 3 levels of chemical change: Phenomenological or observational Measurement of reaction rates and interpretation of data in terms of rate laws based on mass action Mechanistic

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Geochemical Kinetics

Geochemical Kinetics

Geochemical Kinetics. Look at 3 levels of chemical change: Phenomenological or observational Measurement of reaction rates and interpretation of data in terms of rate laws based on mass action Mechanistic

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Geochemical Kinetics

Geochemical Kinetics

Geochemical Kinetics. Look at 3 levels of chemical change: Phenomenological or observational Measurement of reaction rates and interpretation of data in terms of rate laws based on mass action Mechanistic

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Reaction kinetics: 1 st order reactions

Reaction kinetics: 1 st order reactions

•. •. •. •. •. •. •. •. [A]. •. •. •. t. Reaction kinetics: 1 st order reactions. Decay reactions, like radio-activity; S N 1 reactions. Rate: -. Rewriting: -. Integration gives: . So: ln[A] t – ln[A] 0 = -kt or: . -kt.

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Reaction kinetics: 1 st order reactions

Reaction kinetics: 1 st order reactions

•. •. •. •. •. •. •. •. [A]. •. •. •. t. Reaction kinetics: 1 st order reactions. Decay reactions, like radio-activity; S N 1 reactions. Rate: -. Rewriting: -. Integration gives:. So: ln[A] t – ln[A] 0 = -kt or:. -kt.

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Reaction Kinetics

Reaction Kinetics

Reaction Kinetics . Chapter 17A General Chemistry Mr. Mata. Standard 8b. Students will know how reaction rates depend on factors like concentration, temperature, & pressure. Essential Question:. What factors influence the reaction rate of a chemical reaction?. What is a Reaction Rate?.

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Reaction Kinetics

Reaction Kinetics

Reaction Kinetics. The Kinetic Theory of Matter. The Kinetic Theory of Matter states that matter is composed of a large number a small particles—individual atoms or molecules—that are in constant motion. This constant motion is the reason that chemical reactions occur. Kinetics .

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Reaction Kinetics

Reaction Kinetics

Reaction Kinetics. In chemistry, we care not only about what reacts, but also how fast . Black powder explodes in a flash, while the sugar in your coffee never seems to dissolve fast enough. We try to speed up environmental cleanup and retard rust and aging. In other words, rates matter !.

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Reaction Kinetics

Reaction Kinetics

Reaction Kinetics. A measure of the rate at which a reaction occurs. Kinetic Energy. Related to molecular speed KE = 1 / 2 mv 2 higher velocity = higher KE. Reaction Rate. The rate of reaction tells us the speed at which a reaction takes place.

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REACTION KINETICS

REACTION KINETICS

REACTION KINETICS. Pierre Glynn, March 2003 (w/ notes from Alex Blum). General Concepts. Transport vs. Reaction Control Elementary vs. Overall Reactions Detailed Balancing Microscopic Reversability Temperature Dependance Transition State Theory Michaelis-Menten Kinetics

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Reaction Kinetics

Reaction Kinetics

Reaction Kinetics. The rate at which a reaction occurs. Kinetic Energy. Related to molecular speed KE= ½ mv 2 Higher velocity (faster)= higher energy. Reaction Rate. The rate of reaction tells the speed at which the reaction takes place. Collision Theory.

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Reaction Kinetics

Reaction Kinetics

Reaction Kinetics. Chapter 17. Collision Theory. In order for reactions to occur between substances, their particles must collide Collision theory: the set of assumptions regarding collisions and reactions There are three possible outcomes for collisions with only one resulting in a reaction.

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Reaction Kinetics

Reaction Kinetics

Reaction Kinetics. aA + bB  cC + dD. Rate (r) = -(1/a) (d[A]/dt) or -(1/b) (d[B]/dt) or …. +(1/c) (d[C]/dt) or +(1/d) (d[D]/dt). Reaction rates are followed by monitoring the rate of disappearance of reactants or the rate of appearance of products.

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