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 Rate law, general equation... Rate = k([A]^x)([B]^y)([C]^z) A,B, and C are REACTANTS Reaction rate .....with increasing concentration of reactants because.... Increases if there are more reactant molecules moving around in a given volume, then more collisions will occur Reaction rate...... with increasing temperature because... Increases increase in temp means molecules move faster and greater avg kinetic energy. Intermediates appear in mechanism but cancels out of the balanced equation Rate determining step is... the slowest step K(eq) =? K(f)/K(r) first order: x axis... y axis... slope... x axis...time y axis...ln[A] slope...-k zero order half life? = [A]0/2k zero order: x axis... y axis... slope... x axis...time y axis...[A]t slope...-k first order half life? = .693/k Second order: x axis... y axis... slope... x axis...time y axis...1/[A]o slope...k half life of second order? = 1/(k[A]o) Arrhenius Equation k = Ae^(-Ea/RT) from the arrhenius equation, or from the graph lnk = (-Ea/R)(1/T) + lnA where, on the graph, it is lnk versus 1/T (x-axis) with a slope of -Ea/R Collision Theory Sufficient kenetic/activation energy and...proper orientation