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No, an activated complex is not stable. It exists during the transition phase of the reaction, and its existence is ephemeral. It either reverts to the reactants or converts to the products.
An activated complex is a transitional structure, in an energetically excited state, which forms between the reactants of a chemical reaction and breaks down to form the products.
An anaphase-promoting complex is a complex of several proteins which is activated during mitosis to initiate the anaphase.
actvated theory is just the collision theory but kinetic energy in activated comlex is less than collision theory
You may be talking about the activated complex, which is a kind of unstable "molecule" that is a transition state between the products and the reactants in a reaction.
This obeys to the theory of absolute reaction rates or transition state theory, developed by Henry Eyring in the 1930s. This is a theory of chemical kinetics according to which the velocity of a chemical reaction is proportional to the concentration of and activated complex that is formed from the reactants. The reactants must be activated by means of an activation energy to form the activated complex before they can be converted into products. The activated complex is a transient state; an unstable complex held together by weak bonds. Therefore, the activation energy, according to this theory, is crucial to form the activation complex to be converted into products.
The potential energy of an activated complex is typically greater than the potential energy of the reactants and products. That is because some of the energy is already used.
it is also known as Transition state between reactants and products.
Another name for an activate complex is a transition state. It refers to the structure at the maximum energy point along a reaction path.
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The activated complex lies at the top of the energy curve. It is the highest energy complex in the overall reaction scheme, synonymous to the transition state. If you look at the reaction: A + B --> C + D The activated complex is right in the middle of the arrow. For A + B to become C + D, we need some energy. Because you're forcing two atoms close together, bonds are being formed and broken. The activated complex is where those bonds are all half broken and formed. To get a better feel for this, do a search for reaction coordinates. You'll see an energy curve for the reaction which will show a large bump in energy. At the very top of that bump is the activated complex. As a side note, it can come as a bit of a shock when people start talking about activated complexes\transition states. Because often in chemistry you'll spend years just sort of assuming these things are clean and instant...which actually goes against our common sense. Just trust your instincts here, everything takes time...even if it is only a tiny fraction of a second. Find a reaction and try to picture what the activated complex would be, you would likely be surprised how correct you are for many of them. If you are doing a chemistry degree, you should have a course or two specifically about these. For further searching try: activated complex, transition state, transition stage, reaction intermediate, reaction coordinate.
No, the kinetic energy that was present before the collision will become potential energy.
The activation energy is the must be over come form an activated complex
The activated complex is the intermediate form of a simplechemical reaction. In the following simple chemical reaction:A + B ---> C + DA & B are reactants; C & D are products. The activated complex can be written as A-B like so:A + B --> A-B --> C+ DBasically it is the complex formed when A & B "collide" together. The energy of the system increases during this collision and if it exceeds the "activation" threshold, the reaction can occur (it doesn't have to occur however. think of A-B as the top of a hill...the reaction can proceed forward, down to C & D or go backwards to reform A & B...the hill represents the energy of the system). The activated complex is also known as the transition state, or intermediate state, since it must preceed product formation.
The activation energy is lower and the reaction rate increase.
Activation energy is required to weaken the bonds of reactants or toconvert the reactants into activated complex which leads to the products.
Activation energy, sometimes symbolised by Ea (units J/mol.K) (comes in with the 'Arrhenius equation').
Activated is the correct spelling.
Trypsin is activated in the small intestine