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Lecture 10

CHMA11 Lecture 10

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Department
Chemistry
Course
CHMA11H3
Professor
Jamie Donaldson
Semester
Winter

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CHMA11 Lecture 10February 01 2012rate law explains how the rate of the reaction depends on the concentration of the reactantsrate is defined by the rate of loss of reagents scaled by the stoichiometric coefficientsrate of reaction is thought of as rate velocity and velocity is the rate of distance over timewant to know how far youve goneto understand how much reagent is lostproduct is formedmust integrate the rate lawnormal rate law just tells us how quickly the reagent is lost NOT how much reagent is lostZero Order Reactions n and m are equal to 0equal 1 does not depend on the concentration of reagents rate of reactionis a constantrelated to change in concentration molL with time sunit of rate is molLsconstant must also must having the same unitdifferent reaction orders have constants with different unitsExampleintegral of dA is Arate
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