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Size:  54.9 KB Hi, for this question a of this question I did manage to work out then answer but feel as though I may not have fully understood it. Can anyone just explain to me with a good reason which curves matches which?
    Does a high temperature mean the curve will be steeper, as the rate is faster? Since the y-axis shows the volume, so I thought of it as the bigger the mole and the higher the temp, the steeper it will be.

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Size:  54.9 KB Hi, for this question a of this question I did manage to work out then answer but feel as though I may not have fully understood it. Can anyone just explain to me with a good reason which curves matches which?
    Does a high temperature mean the curve will be steeper, as the rate is faster? Since the y-axis shows the volume, so I thought of it as the bigger the mole and the higher the temp, the steeper it will be.

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    you have your reference line i.e curve C.

    - more moles --> more gas produced
    - higher T --> rxn goes faster --> steeper line
    - same number of moles in less volume --> collision rate increase --> steeper line

    Knowing those facts, you can arrive to the explanation.
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    (Original post by Daniel Atieh)
    you have your reference line i.e curve C.

    - more moles --> more gas produced
    - higher T --> rxn goes faster --> steeper line
    - same number of moles in less volume --> collision rate increase --> steeper line

    Knowing those facts, you can arrive to the explanation.
    Thanks
 
 
 
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