Rates of Reaction

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  • Rates of Reaction
    • factors
      • catalyts
        • A substance added to a chemical reaction to make the reaction happen faster. Does not change how much of the product I made
      • temperature
        • increased temperature = increased rate of reaction. Heat - kinetic - more likely to successfully collide - faster reaction
      • pressure
      • concentration
        • The higher the concentration, the more particles there are to successfully collide with. This means a faster rate of reaction
    • collision theory
      • how it relates
        • the more particles that can successfully collide in a given amount of time, the faster the rate of reaction.
      • methods of creating more collisions
        • The higher the concentration, the more particles there are to successfully collide with. This means a faster rate of reaction.
        • increased temperature = increased rate of reaction. Heat - kinetic - more likely to successfully collide - faster reaction
    • calculating rate of reaction
      • how to calculate rate of reaction
        • gradient of the graph = rate of reaction
        • change in reaction / time

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