What 3 factors increase the rate of forming a solution?
- the granulation of the solute
- the nature of the solvent
- the addition of other substances
- the volume of the solvent (and the ratio solute/solvent)
Many factors can and do increase the rate of chemical reactions. The most obvious is an increase in temperature, although too large an increase can breakdown the reactants. Other factors include catalysts, enzymes, pressure, concentration of reactants , surface area and other forms of energy (UV is an example).
Typically it does increase, depending on many factors such as heat, humidity and factors upon yourself such as age or gender. However, since shot put is physical activity, the heart rate will increase accordingly. The increase should not be too high, however, because simply lifting such a low weight should not induce too much stress. If there is a significant increase in heart rate, something may be wrong. In conclusion, heart rate should increase slightly…
When dissolving a solute into water without shaking or swirling the solution what might you do to increase the rate at which the solute would go into solution?
Increasing the temperature of the reaction will always increase the rate, though the actual yield will depend on whether the reaction is exothermic or endothermic. Increasing the pressure of the reactants will increase the rate if the molecules are gaseous, as will increasing the concentration if the reactants are in a solution.