|Fall 2004||Lecture/Activity||Office: SA560a|
|Notes: 6 October||Phone: x 5719
Rate vs. Temperature:
Why do reactions take place faster at higher temperature?
Rate vs. Concentration:
Why do concentrated chemicals react faster? Again, more molecules, more likely a collision will occur. Or, for some chemicals (and radioactivity), there are more particles to break down.
We talked about temperature and rate.
- What is temperature.
- how is temperature measured?
- Absolute zero
- What is heat
- how is heat measured?
- Heat, temperture and phase change.
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Last modified 5 October 2004