by the slope of the graph
The rate of a reaction is calculated using the concentrations of reactants.
In this method we determine the rate of reaction physically.in this method we put the sample in machine and thus we determine the reaction rate.it is very easy method.
If the reaction is endo or exothermic, a differential scanning calorimeter can be used to monitor and record the rate of the reaction.
The exponents determine how much concentration changes affect the reaction rate
the concentration of the reactants
You can determine the rate of a reaction mechanism having fast equilibrium by the number of hydrogen ions that are present. If the reaction has a high number of hydrogen ions then the reaction will have fast equilibrium.
We need to know the rate constant and the reactants concentration.
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the instantaneous rae, or the rate of decomposition at a specific time, can be determined by fining the slope of the staight line tangent to the curve at that instant.
There are several physical and chemical methods depending upon nature of reactants and products.
The Instantaneous rate, or the rate of decomposition at a specific time, can be determined by finding the slope of a straight line tangent to the curver at that instant.
For chemical equilibrium Rate of forward reaction + Rate of reverse reaction = zero
Reaction rate, the speed at which a chemical reaction proceeds.
The reaction rate measure the speed of a reaction.
thoes reaction are so fast that they are completed in very small time that's why it is imposible to determine rate of such reactions. example: HCL+NaOH--------NALC +H2O
The rate of reaction refers to the speed at which a reaction proceeds.
if reaction is exothermic then on heating rate of reaction wil be low,and if reaction is endothermic then rate of reaction wil be high on heating
Equal to the rate of the reverse reaction
The reaction rate measure the speed or slowness of a chemical reaction.
A catalyst improve the rate of a chemical reaction.
Determine the initial hydrogen ion concentration Determine the final hydrogen ion concentration see the difference... 3.2×104
catalyst increases the rate of the reaction
A reaction reaches equilibrium when the rate of the forward reaction equals the rate of the reverse reaction.
In general, and depending on the order of the reaction, the rate will decrease as the reaction progresses.
When the concentration of reactants is high in a reaction, then the rate of forward reaction is fast and as time passes and concentration of reactants decreases , the rate of forward reaction decreases and the rate of backward reaction increases.
The reaction rate depends on the order of the reaction. In general (except for zero order), as the reaction progresses, the rate decreases with time.
Yes, when the temperature is altered the rate of reaction increases or decreases. If the temperature increases, the rate of reaction increases. When the temperature decreases, the rate of reaction decreases.
When the rate of the forward reaction is the same rate of the reverse reaction.
With a catalyst the reaction rate is higher.
The rate is affected by concentration changes have on the reaction rate.
The relation between reaction rate and temperature is - if temperature raise ,reaction rate also raise. Per 283 kelvin reaction rate will raise almost double.
Concentration of reactants is one of the factors influencing the reaction rate. More the concentration, more will be the reaction rate.
Heat can change the rate of reaction
rate of reaction depends on the amount of reactants
Rate of forward reaction=rate of backward reaction
how does rate of reaction changes with time
Stirring improve the reaction rate.
The reaction rate increases.
It increase the rate of the reaction.
Generally the rate of reaction increase.
RATE OF REACTION / REACTION RATE definition? don't go to wikipedia...
the rate of the forward reaction is greater than the rate of the reverse reaction.
decrease the energy requirement of reaction, which increase the rate of reaction itself
When an equation is balanced, the rate of the forward reaction equals the rate of the reverse reaction.
The reaction rate is directly proportional with the concentration of reactants.
Generally increasing the temperature the reaction rate of a chemical reaction is increased.
At equilibrium, the RATE of the forward reaction is equal to the rate of the reverse reaction.
An expression relating the rate of a reaction to the rate constant and the concentrations of the reactants
An enzyme alters the rate of a chemical reaction by lowering the activation energy This increases the rate of the chemical reaction.
The instantaneous rate is the rate at a particular moment in the reaction (point of interest) and the average reaction rate is the appearance of a product over a particular time interval.