Kinetics I – Rate Laws from Experimental Data1.During a kinetics experiment, what experimental data must be recorded in order to analyze and determine reaction rates and reaction orders?
2.When using the mathematical ratio method for determining the order of each reactant, how do you determine which data points to use in the ratio?
3.Consider a reaction involving two reactants (A and B) in which the reaction is first‐order in reactant A and second‐order in reactant B.
[A] is doubled and [B] held constant[A] is held constant and [B] is doubled[A] is tripled and [B] is doubled[A] is doubled and [B] is halved
4.When graphing a Log‐Log plot to determine the order of each reactant, how do you determine which data points to plot?
5.What can be determined from the slope of a line generated in a Log‐Log plot?
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