Activation Energy

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Molecules in a given state move around and collide with other molecules. These collisions continuously occur however not all molecules produce reactions based on a collision. The minimum amount of energy required for a collision to end up into a reaction is called Activation energy and the quick tool used to find it is the Activation Energy calculator.

Example 1: Use the given data to find the activation energy for this random reaction, where ‘A’ and ‘B’ are reactants and ‘C’ is the product.



In order to get the Activation Energy for the above reaction, we can use the Arrhenius





Example 2: Find the rate constant at a temperature of 873K for the above reaction.






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