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Consider the concentration cell: a. Label the anode and

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Problem 80E

Consider the concentration cell:

a. Label the anode and cathode.

b. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

c. Indicate what happens to the concentration of Pb2+ in each half-cell.

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Monday January 11, 2016 1 Important Information: ­Midterm #1 Wednesday, January 20 Lecture 4: Mechanisms and Catalysts Collision Theory ● molecules generally collide before a reaction can occur ● the more molecules → the more collisions (more opportunities for the reaction to happen) → this is why concentration is related to rates ● however, the collisions must have the correct orientations and energy in order for the reaction to be successful ● increasing the temperature gives the reactant molecules sufficient energy to react in a forward reaction ​nd a reverse reaction ● at equilibrium, the rate forward = the rate reversed Temperature and Reaction Rate ­Ea/RT ● k = Ae​ ○ E​ = activation energy (stays constant) a​ ○ R = 8.314 J/molK ○ T = Kelvin ○ = 3/2RT ○ RT = the average energy of the molecules compared to E​ a ○ A = frequency factor → the frequency of attempts and success rate of collisions ● larger activation energy means smaller k which means slower rate ● larger temperature means bigger k which means faster rate Clicker Question #1 Which reaction would you expect to have the smallest orientation factor a.) H(g) + I(g) → HI(g) b.) H2​(g) + 2​g) → 2HI c.) HCl (g) + HCl (g) → H​ 2​(g) + C2​(g) d.) they would all be the same as long as they’re at

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Textbook: Chemistry: A Molecular Approach
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Author: Nivaldo J. Tro
ISBN: 9780321809247

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