Higher Chemistry Controlling the Rate Watch

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Hi. I'm in S5, doing Higher Chemistry, and I have a question. My teacher has set me past paper questions to help with revision over the Easter holidays. I have a graph (I'll attach it and quote this post) and it says: Use the graph to determine the temperature rise required to double the rate of reaction.
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If you pick two points on the graph, one that’s double the other e.g. the points at the rates 0.2 and 0.4, check the temperatures at each point (38 and 52) and then just work out the difference between the two temperatures and the answer should be 14 degrees (I think).
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If you pick two points on the graph, one that’s double the other e.g. the points at the rates 0.2 and 0.4, check the temperatures at each point (38 and 52) and then just work out the difference between the two temperatures and the answer should be 14 degrees (I think).
Thank you so much! I'll try it out tomorrow! Hope you're well!
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