Chemical Kinetics Lecture
Chemists ask three fundamental questions when they study chemical reactions: What happens? To what extent does it happen? How fast and by what mechanism does it happen? The answer to the first question is given by the balanced chemical equation, which identifies the reactants, the products, and the stoichiometry of the reaction. The answer to the second question concerning the extent of reaction is addressed in Chapter 14, which deals with chemical equilibrium. In this chapter, we’ll look at the answer to the third question—the speeds, or rates, and the mechanisms of chemical reactions. The area of chemistry concerned with reaction rates and the sequence of steps by which reactions occur is called chemical kinetics.
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LEARNING OBJECTIVES OF THE LECTURE:
- Reaction rates
- Rate Laws and reaction Order
- Method of Initial rates: experimental Determination of a rate Law
- Integrated rate Law: Zeroth-Order reactions
- Integrated rate Law: First-Order reactions
- Integrated rate Law: Second-Order reactions
- Reaction rates and temperature: the arrhenius equation
- Using the arrhenius equation
- Reaction Mechanisms
- Rate Laws for elementary reactions
- Rate Laws for Overall reactions
- Homogeneous and heterogeneous Catalysts
- Enzyme Catalysis
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