### Experimentally Determining of the Order of a Chemical Reaction

The rate of a chemical reaction depends upon the rate constant and the concentrations of the reagents and products each raised to a power, the......

### Experimental Arrhenius Plot: Mathematical Example

k = Ae-(Ea/RT) Firstly, using the following experimental data for the rate constants and temperatures draw a graph of ln(k/s-1) versus (1/T) x (103 K)......

Radioactive decay is a first-order chemical reaction which follows an exponential decay in the reactant, the radioactive element. Starting with an original number of radioactive......

### How Chemical Work at Constant Pressure?

Chemical Work at Constant Pressure The ability of a chemical reaction to perform work at a constant pressure is given by the Gibbs energy AG°......

### Explain Nernst Equation

The following redox chemical reaction Zn(s) + Cu2+ → Zn2+ +Cu(s) can be made into an electrochemical cell to derive electrical energy, below Figure. The......

### Explain Arrhenius Equation

Question 1: The rate constant k of a chemical reaction increases with the absolute temperature T. This increase follows the equation below which is called......

### First Order Kinetics: Mathematical Example

Question 1: The concentration of the reactant in a first-order chemical reaction decreases with time as it is consumed to form products and the concentration......

### Explain Acid Base Equilibrium

Question 1: The molar concentration of OH– ions in a certain solution is 1.04 x 10-5 mol L-1. Calculate the pOH and then the pH of......

### What is Logarithm?

bc = a,   b must be greater than 1 then c = logb (a) We say that c is the logarithm to the base b......