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Rate Constants and Activation Energy

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The rate constants of some reactions double with every 10 degree rise in temperature. Assume that a reaction takes place at 336K and 346K. What must the activation energy be for the rate constant to double as described?

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The activation energy is determined so that the rate constant to the reaction will be doubled from 336K to 346K.

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