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    has anyone done the chemistry isa on how temperature affects the rate of
    reaction? what sort of questions will come up and how should i answer them?
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    (Original post by studylife123)
    has anyone done the chemistry isa on how temperature affects the rate of
    reaction? what sort of questions will come up and how should i answer them?
    Higher temperatures move the equation's equilibrium in the endothermic direction, so if the forward reaction is endothermic (i.e. heat it taken IN) then the rate of the reaction will increase. In general, this should be a sufficient answer, unless the question is 5 or 6 marks, in which case you might have to go into a little bit more detail. This detail will, of course, depend on the particular exam board you're doing as well as the experiment you carried out :yep:

    Hope this helps!
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    Thanks for the answer! And my exam board is AQA, i'm doing a GCSE chemistry ISA so there won't be any 5 or 6 mark questions.
 
 
 
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