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Complex Reversible Reactions

Complex Reactions Complexities may arise as other reactions involving the products of a simple reaction which makes the study of kinetics of such reactions complicated.......

Higher Order Reactions

Higher order reactions: The number of third order reactions is few, while reactions of higher order are practically unknown. A reaction is said to be......

Second Order Reaction: Hydrolysis of Several Esters

Second Order Reaction: Hydrolysis of Several Esters Hydrolysis of several esters of the aliphatic series in alkaline aqueous medium obey strictly second order law. (Note......

Second Order Reaction: Formation of Cobalt Chloride from Carbon Monoxide

Second order reaction: Formation of Cobalt (II) chloride from Carbon Monoxide A reaction is assumed to be the second order if its rate is determined by the......

First-order Reaction: Hydrolysis of Sucrose to Glucose and Fructose

First-order Reaction: Hydrolysis of Sucrose to Glucose and Fructose catalyzed by acid Hydrolysis of cane sugar (sucrose) to glucose and fructose catalyzed by acid follows......

Typical Reactions: First-order Reaction

Typical Reactions: First-order Reaction First-order reaction is a chemical reaction in which the rate of reaction is fully proportional to the concentration of the reacting substance — compare order of a reaction.......

Determination of Rate Law: Initial Rate Method

Determination of rate law: Initial rate method The method consists in carrying out several experiments for the same reaction in which the starting or initial......

Dependence of Rate on Concentration: Explanation with Example

Dependence of Rate on Concentration The type of dependence, which is always determined by experiment, is peculiar to a particular reaction. Some examples are: (a)......

Dependence of Rate on Concentration: The Rate Law

Dependence of Rate on Concentration: The Rate Law Experiments show that the rate of a reaction depends on the concentration of one or more of......

Which Factors Affecting the Rates of Reaction?

Factors Affecting the Rates of Reaction The rate of a reaction (rate) is the amount of reactant used up or the amount of product formed......

Rate of the Reaction: Explanation

Rate of the Reaction: Explanation More important and useful is the determination of the rate at a particular time after the start of the reaction.......

Experimental Determination of the Rate of a Reaction

Experimental Determination of the Rate of a Reaction Various experimental procedures have been used to determine the rates of reactions. For different reactions different methods......

Definition of Rate of a Reaction

Definition of Rate of a Reaction The rate of a reaction (rate) is the amount of reactant used up or the amount of product formed......

Immiscible Liquid Pairs: Steam Distillation

Immiscible Liquid Pairs: Steam Distillation There are pairs of liquids which are insoluble in each other. When mixed in any proportion they separate into two......

Effect of Pressure on Critical Solution Temperature

Effect of pressure on critical solution temperature: Liquid-Liquid Equilibria in Partially There are pairs of substances which are liquids at ordinary temperatures or whose melting......