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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......