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# Kinetics/Estimating Rule Cem 152 (P. Hunt)

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These notes were taken on 2/22/16 and 2/24/16. They include notes covering the rest of Kinetics, estimating rule and the Arrhenius equation.
COURSE
Principles of Chemistry
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P. Hunt
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3
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arrhenius equation, Arrhenius, kinetic, Chemistry, estimating rule
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Date Created: 02/24/16
Rxn = reation 2/22/16 Kinetics (cont.)  Average Rate of rxn = (change in concentration of reactant or product)/(unit time) o A  B  Concentration of B = [B] –T[B] /0(t-0) = ( ∆[B]¿/∆T  Instantaneous rate obtained in limit ∆T  0  [B]0= initial  Conservation of Mass o [A] = -[B] o Special Case  [A] = -[B] = 0  equilibrium (steady state) o Generally Take  aA + bB  cC + dD  Rate = (-1/a)*( ∆ [A]/∆t¿ = (-1/b)*( ∆[B /∆t¿ = (-1/c) *( ∆ [C /∆t¿ = (-1/d)*( ∆ [D /∆t ¿  Always in the limit ∆ t  0  Comments:  Concentrations of rxns; partial pressure for gas reactions  Rate is positive if net product is formed as rxn written  Empirically, rates are determined in the form o Rate = k[A] [B] n  K = rate coefficient  m,n are typically small while numbers [u-0, 1, or 2]  Reaction is ‘after m’ in A and ‘after n’ in B  Reaction has overall order of m & n  A may not equal m!!!!  B may not equal n!!!  Sometimes m or n can be negative  Size of k gives limit as to reaction speed o > 10^9 (whatever)/seconds  fast o <10^1 (whatever)/seconds  slow  First order rxn AB o –A[A]/dt = K[A] = instant rate  [A]t= [A] 0xp(-kt) o Half Life  Want to find t =t 1/2uch that [A] t/2 ½[A] 0  [A]t/2 ½[A] e0p(-kt ) 1/2  = exp(-kt 1/2  Ln(1/2) = -kt1/2  T1/2= 0.693/k  Second order in A o Rate = k[A]^2 o 1/[A] t kt + 1/[A] 0  Zero Order o Rate = k[A]^b = k o [A] = -kt + [A] 0 nd  Half life for 2 order o 1/[A]t= kt + 1/[A] 0 o [A] = kt + 1/[A] t/2 1/2 0 2/24/16  Arrhenius Equation K = Aexp[-E /Ra]  A = frequency of collisions in an elementary reaction. Weakly dependent on T  E =aactivation energy  Observe rate and hence the rate of the coefficient at the values of T  Calculate E a Lnk – Lnk = -E /k[1/T – 1/T ] T1 T2 a 1 2 Rln(k 1k2)/(1/T1– 1/T 2 = E a  Estimating Rule  Raising T by 10K (or10C) roughly doubles the speed of the reaction.  Let k =22k 1  T =1298k  T =2308k -1 -1 R = 1.987 calK mol = 4.184 kJ/mol Ea= 12.9 kJ/mol = 52.9 kJ/mol  Estimating reaction occurs in a single collision.  A reaction mechanism may include a sequence of elementary stops, and a sequence of collisions  For a simple collision, we use molecularity  Unimolecules  Bimolecules  Trimolecules  Rate equations for elementary steps have the exponents of the concentrations/pressure equal to the molecularity A  B elementary step Rate = k[A] or kP A A  B not elementary Not necessarily, must be [empirical] A + B  C + D elementary Rate = k[A][B] or kP P A B A + B  C + D not elementary not necessarily  What is the slow step?  Case A = slow step first 2NO 2(g) NO 3(g)+ NO (g) Slow NO 3(g)+ CO (g) NO (2)(g)CO 2(g) Fast NO 2(g)+ CO (g) NO (g)+ CO 2(g)  Rate of the composite reaction hacks the rate of the slow step 2 Rate = k[NO ]2

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