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Rates of Reaction

Define the rate of reaction. The change in concentration per unit time of any one reactant or product
Define instantaneous rate of reaction The rate of reaction at any particular time during the reaction
Give 5 factors affecting the rate of a reaction Nature of the reactants. Catalysts. Particle size. Temperature. Concentration
Define a catalyst A substance which alters the rate of a chemical reaction but is not consumed by it
Define an enzyme A biological catalyst
Name 3 types of catalysis Heterogeneous, homogeneous and auto catalysis
What is a catalytic converter and what is it made of? A device in a car which converts pollutants to less harmful chemicals made of platinum palladium and rhodium.
What is a catalyst poison ? A substance which makes a catalyst inactive
What is an effective collision A collision which results in the formation of products
Define activation energy The minimum amount of energy required for colliding particles to produce reactants
What is a reaction profile diagram? A graph which shows the change in energy of a chemical reaction with respect to time
Created by: JackEatonK98