GCSE Science-Chemistry Wordfill worksheet: THE RATES OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS

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Image466.gif1. The rate of reaction means the rate of of reactant or rate of formation of .

2. Chemical reactions can only take place when particles into each other.

3. There are several ways to change the of a reaction.

4. Increasing the increases the energy of the particles and they more and with greater energy.

5. Increasing the of a reactant in solution increases the of a 'fruitful' collision between particles.

6. For gaseous reactants increasing the increases the rate of reaction and is the same as increasing the .

Image461.gif7. A reactant will react faster if it is broken into pieces. This increases the and allows more between the reactants.

8. Adding a can also speed up a reaction because it helps break chemical between atoms. However, although it helps the reaction to go faster, a is not at the end of a reaction and could be again.

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