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For a topic that's so small but complex, it seems like a big time waste to be wasting time grasping my head around a concept that I can't even find 3 past paper questions on?

What do yall think? If you can find a lot of questions on it please link it
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(Original post by anzoceo)
For a topic that's so small but complex, it seems like a big time waste to be wasting time grasping my head around a concept that I can't even find 3 past paper questions on?

What do yall think? If you can find a lot of questions on it please link it
Just some I found online:

https://www.chemguide.co.uk/physical...-arrhenius.pdf

I quite like the Arrhenius equation - I'm studying Chemistry at University and it still crops up you know :mmm:
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It's not necessarily complex once you take a step back and look at it
Not only that, but as much as questions regarding the Arrhenius equation are few and far between, they can score you a lot of marks in exams just from doing relatively simple things

All you really have to know is:
  • What the terms in the Arrhenius equation actually mean
  • That the Arrhenius equation links the rate constant of a reaction to its temperature
  • What the linear form of the Arrhenius equation is, and becoming familiar with drawing an Arrhenius plot
  • That you can use an Arrhenius plot to determine the activation energy (and pre-exponential factor) of a reaction

I'm with CheeseIsVeg on this one... I love encountering the Arrhenius equation in my Physical studies, and it's very useful too!
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