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1. What do we mean by the rate/speed of reaction? An INTRODUCTION to REACTION RATES

Why is it important to know how fast reactions occur?

How can we measure the speed or rate of a chemical reaction?

Experimental methods are described in this introduction & subsequent sections

2. Collision theory of chemical reaction rate factors A general introduction, then applied to sections 3a to 3e

3. Factors affecting the speed/rate of a chemical reaction:

3a Effect on rate of changing reactant concentration in a solution/gas mixture

3b Effect on rate of changing pressure in reacting gases (gaseous equivalent of 3a)

3c Effect on rate of changing particle size/surface area & stirring of a solid reactant

3d Effect on rate of changing the temperature of reactants

3e Effect on rate of using a catalyst in a chemical reaction

Activation energy and reaction profiles  and for enzymes - natural biochemical catalysts

Enzymes - biological catalysts, optimum pH or temperature, use in biotechnology (GCSE chemistry)

Enzymes - structure, function, optimum conditions, investigation experiments (GCSE biology notes)

3f Light initiated reactions - effect of changing intensity

4. Examples of graphs of rate data, interpretation a summing up of ways your rate data can be analysed and interpreted

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Some ideas to help you with RISK ASSESSMENT when designing and performing 'Rates of Reaction' experiments and many other experimental procedures. Some aspects listed are applicable to 'rates/kinetics' assignments, others are not applicable at all. Its up to you to decide!

 

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See also  Reversible reactions and Equilibrium Notes


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