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Collision Theory

cava chem 303 s2d51 5.06 Collision Theory

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Another name for the 'activated complex' is the '[...] state'. Another name for the 'activated complex' is the 'transition state'.
Collision Theory: In chemical reactions, reactants [...] to form transition states and, subsequently, products. Collision Theory: In chemical reactions, reactants collide to form transition states and, subsequently, products.
diluting or reducing the concentration of reactants would [...] the number of collisions and [...] the reaction rate. diluting or reducing the concentration of reactants would decrease the number of collisions and slow the reaction rate.
Temperature is a measure of the [...] of molecules. Temperature is a measure of the average kinetic energy of molecules.
Changing [...] alters the frequency and energy of reactant collisions. Changing temperature alters the frequency and energy of reactant collisions.
If you reduce the pressure, you increase the space between the molecules, reduce the frequency of collisions between reactant molecules, and [...] the rate of reaction. If you reduce the pressure, you increase the space between the molecules, reduce the frequency of collisions between reactant molecules, and reduce the rate of reaction.
[-ing] surface area increases the frequency of collisions. Increasing surface area increases the frequency of collisions.
Catalysts effectively increase the number of collisions with sufficient [...] to react. Catalysts effectively increase the number of collisions with sufficient energy to react.
Created by: mr.shapard