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The temperature coefficient for a reaction is 2. The increase in rate as a result of temperature rise from 10°c to 100°c is


3 years ago

Arun
25768 Points
							Dear Abhinav   = 2^(90/10) = 2^9now you can simply find the increase in rate of reaction RegardsArun(askIITians forum expert)

3 years ago
ankit singh
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							Temperature coefficient is defined as change in rate ratio by an increase in 10^{o}C.Mathematically,     Temperature coefficient = \frac{k_{t+10^{o}}}{k_{t}}Therefore, in the given situation we can conclude that when temperature changes from 30^{o}C to 40^{o}C then it is given that temperature coefficient is 2.Hence, when temperature changes from 30^{o}C to 100^{o}C then rate of reaction will be 2^{7} which is equal to 128.

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