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There’s a lot of information there, and it’s already been filled in. Can you tell me what you understand about it already?
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Nevermind lol. I have been revising for 6 hrs and my mind is going blank
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There’s a lot of information there, and it’s already been filled in. Can you tell me what you understand about it already?
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Hi Chann



This Shows a 2 step reaction A into I then I into B.

A to B is the overall reaction.

Step 1 : Rate determining step where A turns into I this is
an endothermic reaction as I is higher in energy than A. also high activation
energy(Ea)



Step 2: This is the faster step of the reaction where I turns
into B. B is lower in energy so is exothermic. Also low activation energy (Ea)

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