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    Hello, i am writing up some coursework on the rate of reaction between HCL and CaCO3(calicium carbonate). However, i am getting rather confused on my analysis and priliminery work. I would be ever so grateful if someone would be of any assistance to me.
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    (Original post by Sahra)
    Hello, i am writing up some coursework on the rate of reaction between HCL and CaCO3(calicium carbonate). However, i am getting rather confused on my analysis and priliminery work. I would be ever so grateful if someone would be of any assistance to me.
    Thank you
    Yours sincerely, Sahra
    you want to talk about

    concentration of reagents
    size of caC03 lumps
    temperature

    in terms of rate of reaction and final gas evolved, talk about reactions being sucessful only when a sucessful collision between molecules occurs.
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    (Original post by Sahra)
    Hello, i am writing up some coursework on the rate of reaction between HCL and CaCO3(calicium carbonate). However, i am getting rather confused on my analysis and priliminery work. I would be ever so grateful if someone would be of any assistance to me.
    Thank you
    Yours sincerely, Sahra
    This is quite a popular assignment so you might want to google for past examples of peoples work to give you an idea of what sort of things you should include.

    There's one example of this type of coursework at:

    http://www.courseworkbank.co.uk/cour...ium_carb_2762/
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    you want to talk about

    concentration of reagents
    size of caC03 lumps
    temperature

    in terms of rate of reaction and final gas evolved, talk about reactions being sucessful only when a sucessful collision between molecules occurs.
    aight, thnx
 
 
 
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