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    Hi guys!

    I can't seem to find the text book value for the activation energy anywhere! The reaction is a rates reaction with sodium thiosulphate and hydrochloric acid.

    Thanks in advance
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    (Original post by Kabis042)
    Hi guys!

    I can't seem to find the text book value for the activation energy anywhere! The reaction is a rates reaction with sodium thiosulphate and hydrochloric acid.

    Thanks in advance
    Go to google.

    Type in your question.

    Read the answer.

    Tough huh?
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    (Original post by charco)
    Go to google.

    Type in your question.

    Read the answer.

    Tough huh?
    Hi, thanks for your suggestion. I have already tried that and I've looked into various books. I asked this question to see if anyone else has researched something similar.

    Quick tip: if you haven't an informative answer to a question, don't answer it. TSR is supposed to be a helpful site and frankly your answer wasn't helpful.

    But thanks anyway.
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    (Original post by Kabis042)
    Hi, thanks for your suggestion. I have already tried that and I've looked into various books. I asked this question to see if anyone else has researched something similar.

    Quick tip: if you haven't an informative answer to a question, don't answer it. TSR is supposed to be a helpful site and frankly your answer wasn't helpful.

    But thanks anyway.
    All I found was this:

    https://uwaterloo.ca/chemed2013/site...0acid_rate.pdf

    Dunno if it's what you're looking for. States activation energy is 47KJ mol (assuming it's for the reaction, I haven't read through it).
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    (Original post by Kabis042)
    Hi, thanks for your suggestion. I have already tried that and I've looked into various books. I asked this question to see if anyone else has researched something similar.

    Quick tip: if you haven't an informative answer to a question, don't answer it. TSR is supposed to be a helpful site and frankly your answer wasn't helpful.

    But thanks anyway.
    I entered "activation energy sodium thiosulfate and acid" and the value was given in the first two links (I didn't look any further).

    Quick tip: If you aren't capable of doing a simple internet search, learn how to.
 
 
 
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