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Rx Rate Factors

cava chem 303 s2d49 5.02 Reaction Rate Factors

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Higher temperatures lead to faster molecules which leads to more [...], which leads to a higher reaction rate. Higher temperatures lead to faster molecules which leads to more collisions, which leads to a higher reaction rate.
Higher concentration means a higher probability of [...], which means a higher reaction rate. Higher concentration means a higher probability of collisions, which means a higher reaction rate.
Higher pressure forces reactants closer together which leads to more [...] which leads to a higher reaction rate. Higher pressure forces reactants closer together which leads to more collisions which leads to a higher reaction rate.
the more surface area the reactant has, the more of the reactant is exposed for the [...] to occur. the more surface area the reactant has, the more of the reactant is exposed for the collisions to occur.
The greater the chance for [...] between reactants, the faster the reaction rate. The greater the chance for collisions between reactants, the faster the reaction rate.
[-s] increase the reaction rate without being used up. Catalysts increase the reaction rate without being used up.
Inhibitors [..] the rate of a reaction. Inhibitors slow the rate of a reaction.
Created by: mr.shapard