Rahul Asked a Question
January 29, 2021 11:10 ampts 30 pts
Respected Sir, in the temperature dependence of reaction rate, we say that with every 10 degree rise in temperature, the rate of a reaction become two times or three times. But in some books, I have read that when the temperature difference is only in between the 25 degree centigrade to 35 degree centigrade, only then the reaction rate becomes double or triple and is not valid for the rest of the temperature differences. But in some examination, this temperature Coefficient is applied to any temperature difference. So, my question is that the temperature Coefficient is only valid for the temperature difference between 25 to 35 degree centigrade or at all temperatures. please guide me sir. thank you so much.
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  • Priyanshu kumar
    Raising the reaction temperature by 10 °C can double or triple the reaction rate. This is due to an increase in the number of particles that have the minimum energy required. The r...
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    Priyanshu kumar
    Generally speaking, this can be shown to be a consequence of the Arrhenius equation, which attempts to make predictions about the change observed in rate constants based upon obser...
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  • Amol thankyou
    Temperature coefficient is used as a method to describe the effect of temperature on rate of reaction. At the difference of 10C the rate of many reactions gets double. The usual in...
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