Rate of reaction

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  • Created on: 30-05-16 18:16
NAME ONE OF THE SLOWEST REACTIONS?
RUSTING OF IRON
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NAME A MODERATE REACTION RATE?
A METAL (LIKE MAGNESIUM) REACTING WITH ACID TO PRODUCE A GENTLE STREAM OF BUBBLES
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NAME A REALLY FAST RATE OF REACTION?
AN EXPLOSION
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NAME 4 (6) THINGS THAT RATE OF REACTION DEPENDS ON?
TEMPERATURE, CONCENTRATION (OR PRESSURE FOR GASES), A CATALYST, SA OF SOLIDS (OR SIZE OF SOLID PIECES)
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RATE OF REACTIONS=
AMOUNT OF REACTANT USED, OR AMOUNT OF PRODUCT FORMED / TIME
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WHICH WAYS CAN RATE OF REACTION BE MEASURED?
1) PRECIPITATION, 2)CHANGE IN MASS (USUALLY GAS GIVEN OFF), 3) THE VOLUME OF GAS GIVEN OFF
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EXPLAIN THE REACTION OF HYDROCHLORIC ACID AND MARBLE CHIPS:
OFTEN USED TO DEMONSTRATE THE EFFECT OF BREAKING UP THE SOLID INTO SMALL BITS. YOU MEASURE THE AMOUNT OF CO2 PRODUCES.
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EXPLAIN THE REACTION OF MAGNESIUM METAL WITH DILUTE HCL
THE REACTION IS GOOD FOR MEASURING THE EFFECTS OF INCREASED CONCENTRATION. IT GIVES OF H GAS WHICH WE CAN MEASURE USING A MASS BALANCE.
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EXPLAIN THE REACTION OF SODIUM THIOSULFATE AND HCL
IT PRODUCES A CLOUDY PRECIPITATE (YELLOW) OF SULFUR. CAN BE REPEATED AT DIFFERENT TEMPERATURES.
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EXPLAIN THE DECOMPOSITION OF HYDROGEN PEROXIDE.
GOOD REACTION FOR SHOWING THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT CATALYSTS. IT IS USUALLY QUITE SLOQ.
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A METAL (LIKE MAGNESIUM) REACTING WITH ACID TO PRODUCE A GENTLE STREAM OF BUBBLES

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NAME A MODERATE REACTION RATE?

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AN EXPLOSION

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TEMPERATURE, CONCENTRATION (OR PRESSURE FOR GASES), A CATALYST, SA OF SOLIDS (OR SIZE OF SOLID PIECES)

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AMOUNT OF REACTANT USED, OR AMOUNT OF PRODUCT FORMED / TIME

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