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(a) The standard free energy of activation of one reaction A is 90 kJ mol1 (21.5 kcal

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Problem 4.27

(a) The standard free energy of activation of one reaction A is 90 kJ mol1 (21.5 kcal mol1 ). The standard free energy of activation of another reaction B is 75 kJ mol1 (17.9 kcal mol1 ). Which reaction is faster and by what factor? Assume a temperature of 298 K. (b) Estimate how much you would have to increase the temperature of the slower reaction so that it would have a rate equal to that of the faster reaction.

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Textbook: Organic Chemistry
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Author: Marc Loudon, Jim Parise
ISBN: 9781936221349

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