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1 What is the collision theory, and how does it relate to reaction rates?
Particles must collide and break the existing bonds so they can form new ones. They need the correct orientation and enough energy. 2 According to the collision theory, what must happen in order for two molecules to react?   Correct orientation & enough energy 3 How is the speed of a chemical reaction related to the nature of the reactants?   (gases) >>> (liquids) >> (solids) 4 How do temperature, concentration, and surface area affect the rate of a chemical reaction   Rate

5 How does the activation energy of an uncatalyzed reaction compare with that of the catalyzed reaction?  Catalyzed = lower activation energy 6 Explain why a crushed solid reacts with a gas more quickly than a large chunk of the same solid.   More exposed surface area 7 What is a substance that increases the rate of a chemical reaction without being consumed in the reaction?   Catalyst 8 Explain how a catalyst affects the activation energy for a chemical reaction. It lowers the activation energy by taking a different pathway

9 Hydrogen bromide is added to a solution of potassium hydrogen carbonate to produce potassium bromide, hydrogen gas and carbon dioxide gas. The temperature of the solution goes up. 10 Calculate the change in enthalpy of the following reactions N2 (g) + 2O2 (g) → 2NO2 (g) 4NH3 (g) + 7O2 (g) → 4 NO2 (g) + 6 H2O (l) +66.2 kJ kJ

Heat = product = exothermic
10 Calculate the change in enthalpy of the following reactions 2FeCl2 (s) + Cl2 (g)  2FeCl3 (s) CaCO3(s) → CaO(s) + CO2(g) 11 4Fe + 3O2  Fe2O kJ What happens to the change in energy during the previous reaction? kJ kJ A.C. Heat = product = exothermic 12 Label the reactants, products, and activated complex. 13 Calculate the EA and heat of reaction. P R

14 Label the reactants, products, and activated complex.
15 Calculate the EA and heat of reaction.

Endo = + H, products gained E. a d f
Potential Energy Diagram Worksheet 1. Which of the letters a–f in the diagram represents the potential energy of the products? _______ 2. Which letter indicates the potential energy of the activated complex? ________ 3. Which letter indicates the potential energy of the reactants? ________ 4. Which letter indicates the activation energy? _____ 5. Which letter indicates the heat of reaction? ______ 6. Is the reaction exothermic or endothermic? ______ 7. Which letter indicates the activation energy of the reverse reaction? ________ 8. Which letter indicates the heat of reaction of the reverse reaction? ________ 9. Is the reverse reaction exothermic or endothermic? ___ e d c b a c f b e f Endo = + H, products gained E. a d f Exo = - H

H = Products-reactants=250-350=-100 kJ
10. Draw an energy diagram for a reaction. (Label the x&y axis) Potential energy of reactants = 350 kJ/mole Activation energy = 100 kJ/mole Potential energy of products = 250 kJ/mole Is the reaction endothermic or exothermic? What can be added to lower the activation energy? Exo Catalyst 450 kJ EA= =100 kJ 350 kJ H = Products-reactants= =-100 kJ 250 kJ Time

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