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zhane2015

  • 2 years ago

Please Help!! The rate of a chemical reaction normally _____. (1 point) decreases as temperature increases is slowed down by a catalyst increases as reactant concentration increases decreases as reactant concentration increases

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  1. foxhunter98
    • 2 years ago
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    increases as reactant concentration increases. Your in NDCDE!! LoL

  2. foxhunter98
    • 2 years ago
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    please help me in this: Use the law of conservation of mass to explain why a chemical equation must be balanced.

  3. zhane2015
    • 2 years ago
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    lol am i in what??

  4. zhane2015
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    mkayzz hold on

  5. Frostbite
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    Foxhunter you kinda answer your own question... if mass most be conserved you can't have that some elements are just gone...

  6. foxhunter98
    • 2 years ago
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    can you please explain it in detail. plzzzzzzzzzzzzzz i am pellet in chemestry

  7. foxhunter98
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    i am stupid in chemestry

  8. zhane2015
    • 2 years ago
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    @foxhunter98 http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100412164929AAuPxRy

  9. zhane2015
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    @foxhunter98 Then how did you answer my question??

  10. Frostbite
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    I sure can... Lets consider we have a reaction called 2 A +9 B -> 5 C + 2 D. To say this in words: 2 moles of A react with 9 moles of B to create 5 moles of C and 2 moles of D. So for the calculations to work out we need to say (for a reaction assuming that all the reactants are converted): \[\sum_{}^{}m(reactants)=\sum_{}^{}m(products+waist)\]

  11. zhane2015
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    @Frostbite can u answer my question as well?

  12. zhane2015
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    Thanks @foxhunter98 your answer was correct :))

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