Subject: Why are rate constants important when we can find out speed experimentally
Date: Thu Nov 26 01:47:49 2009
Posted by Mariam
Grade level: 10-12
School: kingston university
City: london State/Province: No state entered.
Area of science: Chemistry
If the rate constant tells you the speed of the reaction, surely you don't
need to add it in the rate law equation because you can work out the rate at
constant temperature ,experimently, without the need of a rate constant.
Re: Why are rate constants important when we can find out speed experimentally
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