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310. Practical Methods for Investigating Chemical Kinetics

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To succeed in this topic, you need to:
Be familiar collision theory and kinetic theory and how it relates to the rate of chemical change.
Be familiar with independent, dependent and control variables in planning chemical investigations.
Be familiar with the rate expression, the rate constant and orders of reactions.

After working through this Chemistry Factsheet, you will:
Be able to describe key factors for planning a chemical investigation measuring the rate of change of a chemical reactions.
Be aware of different means for observing and recording chemical change during a reaction.
Be able to use data and related graphs to determine the order of reaction, the initial rate of reactions and activation energies.

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April 2020

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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