Which of the following changes would slow down the rate of a reaction between vinegar and sodium hydroxide? Heating up the vinegar Reducing the amount of vinegar Grinding up the sodium hydroxide Decreasing the volume of the container

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Which of the following changes would slow down the rate of a reaction between vinegar and sodium hydroxide? Heating up the vinegar Reducing the amount of vinegar Grinding up the sodium hydroxide Decreasing the volume of the container

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@taramgrant0543664 is it b?
I'm doing the same exam! It's B.
@silca Which of the following statements correctly describes the melting process? It is exothermic because heat is gained from the surroundings. It is endothermic because heat is lost to the surroundings. It is exothermic because heat is lost to the surroundings. It is endothermic because heat is gained from the surroundings.

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Yes vinegar or acetic acid removing some will want the reaction to proceed left instead of right causing the reaction to slow C2H4O2 +NaOH Heating the vinegar up will make the reaction proceed faster, grinding up NaOH increases surface area allowing the reaction to move faster as well and the volume of the container doesn't make sense unless they specify what they did
@taramgrant0543664 Which of the following statements correctly describes the melting process? It is exothermic because heat is gained from the surroundings. It is endothermic because heat is lost to the surroundings. It is exothermic because heat is lost to the surroundings. It is endothermic because heat is gained from the surroundings.
is it a?
What's the definition of an exothermic reaction?
Exothermic - gives off heat so it can't be A
a reaction that release energy thru light
so d is correct?
I'm sorry someone said that this is an exam technically we aren't suppose to do anything if it's a test and if it's for an exam that's even worse...
yea but this is not on a an exam
ifinshed the exam but @silca is the answer b
If you're not doing the test, it's D
You just said "it's not an exam" and then said "I finished the exam" ???
yea idid finsh the exam
Which statement best describes how a catalyst affects the reaction rate of a chemical reaction? The addition of a catalyst decreases equilibrium and slows down the reaction. The addition of a catalyst increases the temperature of the reactants and speeds up the reaction. The addition of a catalyst decreases the required activation energy and speeds up the reaction. The addition of a catalyst increases the potential energy of the reactants and slows the reaction.
But you said it wasn't an exam
@silca is it a or d?
Sure...
is it a or d?
D

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