• ### Effect of particle size on solubility dissolution rate

Nov 12 2012where S r = the solubility of particles of radius r S ∞ = the solubility of the solid of a plane surface (or consisting of large particles) λ sl = interfacial tension M = the molar mass ρ = density of the solid v = represents the number of moles of ions formed from one mole of electrolyte v equals 1 for non-electrolytes R = the gas constant T = absolute temperature

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• ### GCSE Reaction Rates

Rates of Reaction 2 Many factors can increase or decrease rates of chemical reactions - pressure of gases temperature surface area of solids concentration and if there is a catalyst Anything that will change the probability of particles colliding or change the energy of the collisions will affect the rate of a reaction

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• ### lab reaction rate

Record all values in Table 1 along with your observations 225 Lab 21 Reaction Rate Reaction # 3 6 Measure 5 mL of saturated citric acid solution (60%) into a 10 mL graduated cylinder and dilute it to 30% by adding 5 mL distilled water Transfer this diluted acid to

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• ### What Factors Affect the Speed of Chemical Reactions

But if you take that same piece of coal grind it up very very fine throw it up into the air and strike a match you'll get an explosion because of the increased surface area of the coal Concentration of chemical reactants Increasing the number of collisions speeds up the reaction rate

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• ### does the mass of reactants affect the speed of reaction

Oct 06 2011Does the mass of reactants affect the speed of reaction? What is certain however is that surface area becomes a rate-limiting factor If you put the magnesium strip into the acid the reaction rate - initially and at any point - will depend on the number of reactive sites on the surface of the metal filings or powder could desire to

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• ### GCSE Reaction Rates

Rates of Reaction 2 Many factors can increase or decrease rates of chemical reactions - pressure of gases temperature surface area of solids concentration and if there is a catalyst Anything that will change the probability of particles colliding or change the energy of the collisions will affect the rate of a reaction

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• ### Activation Energy and Temperature Dependence

Reactant Concentrations For a chemical reaction to occur there must be a certain number of molecules with energies equal to or greater than the activation energy With an increase in concentration the number of molecules with the minimum required energy will increase and therefore the rate of the reaction will increase

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• ### The Effect of Pressure on Rate of Reaction

Changing the pressure on a reaction which involves only solids or liquids has no effect on the rate Example (PageIndex{1}) In the manufacture of ammonia by the Haber Process the rate of reaction between the hydrogen and the nitrogen is increased by the use of very high pressures

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• ### Effect of a catalyst on speed of Reaction Factors

Catalysts increase the rate of a reaction by helping break chemical bonds in reactant molecules and provide a 'different pathway' for the reaction This effectively means the Activation Energy E a is reduced irrespective of whether its an exothermic or endothermic reaction (see diagrams below for the smaller 'humps' of the lowered activations energy produced by using a catalyst)

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• ### Factors Affecting Reaction Rates

The surface area is the sum of the area of all six sides of the cube The surface area of the cube can be increased by dividing the cube into smaller cubes Surface area is maximized when a single large cube is crushed to fine powder The rate of reaction of a solid substance is related to its surface area

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• ### lab reaction rate

Record all values in Table 1 along with your observations 225 Lab 21 Reaction Rate Reaction # 3 6 Measure 5 mL of saturated citric acid solution (60%) into a 10 mL graduated cylinder and dilute it to 30% by adding 5 mL distilled water Transfer this diluted acid to

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• ### Effect of a catalyst on speed of Reaction Factors

Catalysts increase the rate of a reaction by helping break chemical bonds in reactant molecules and provide a 'different pathway' for the reaction This effectively means the Activation Energy E a is reduced irrespective of whether its an exothermic or endothermic reaction (see diagrams below for the smaller 'humps' of the lowered activations energy produced by using a catalyst)

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• ### What Factors Affect the Speed of Chemical Reactions

But if you take that same piece of coal grind it up very very fine throw it up into the air and strike a match you'll get an explosion because of the increased surface area of the coal Concentration of chemical reactants Increasing the number of collisions speeds up the reaction rate

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• ### FACTORS AFFECTING RATE OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS

The rate of a reaction increases with increase in the surface area of solid reactant if any used The surface of a solid can be increased by grinding it to a fine powder E g The reaction between zinc and hydrochloric acid occurs within seconds if the zinc metal is finely powdered

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• ### Factors Affecting Reaction Rates

The surface area is the sum of the area of all six sides of the cube The surface area of the cube can be increased by dividing the cube into smaller cubes Surface area is maximized when a single large cube is crushed to fine powder The rate of reaction of a solid substance is related to its surface area

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• ### The Effect of Pressure on Rate of Reaction

Changing the pressure on a reaction which involves only solids or liquids has no effect on the rate Example (PageIndex{1}) In the manufacture of ammonia by the Haber Process the rate of reaction between the hydrogen and the nitrogen is increased by the use of very high pressures

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• ### 12 2 Factors Affecting Reaction Rates – Chemistry

Hence the rate of a reaction between two phases depends to a great extent on the surface contact between them A finely divided solid has more surface area available for reaction than does one large piece of the same substance Thus a liquid will react more rapidly with a finely divided solid than with a large piece of the same solid

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• ### Effect of Particle Size on Reaction Rate

Summary The rate of chemical reactions that involve solids depends on the particle size of the solid A finely powdered solid has a larger surface area than an equal mass of a coarsely powdered solid A larger surface area is a much easier target for colliding molecules The bigger the target the easier it is to hit

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• ### Factors Affecting Reaction Rates

The surface area is the sum of the area of all six sides of the cube The surface area of the cube can be increased by dividing the cube into smaller cubes Surface area is maximized when a single large cube is crushed to fine powder The rate of reaction of a solid substance is related to its surface area

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• ### Effect of a catalyst on speed of Reaction Factors

Catalysts increase the rate of a reaction by helping break chemical bonds in reactant molecules and provide a 'different pathway' for the reaction This effectively means the Activation Energy E a is reduced irrespective of whether its an exothermic or endothermic reaction (see diagrams below for the smaller 'humps' of the lowered activations energy produced by using a catalyst)

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• ### GCSE Reaction Rates

Rates of Reaction 2 Many factors can increase or decrease rates of chemical reactions - pressure of gases temperature surface area of solids concentration and if there is a catalyst Anything that will change the probability of particles colliding or change the energy of the collisions will affect the rate of a reaction

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• ### The Effect of Pressure on Rate of Reaction

Changing the pressure on a reaction which involves only solids or liquids has no effect on the rate Example (PageIndex{1}) In the manufacture of ammonia by the Haber Process the rate of reaction between the hydrogen and the nitrogen is increased by the use of very high pressures

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• ### Effect of particle size on solubility dissolution rate

Nov 12 2012where S r = the solubility of particles of radius r S ∞ = the solubility of the solid of a plane surface (or consisting of large particles) λ sl = interfacial tension M = the molar mass ρ = density of the solid v = represents the number of moles of ions formed from one mole of electrolyte v equals 1 for non-electrolytes R = the gas constant T = absolute temperature

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• ### FACTORS AFFECTING RATE OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS

The rate of a reaction increases with increase in the surface area of solid reactant if any used The surface of a solid can be increased by grinding it to a fine powder E g The reaction between zinc and hydrochloric acid occurs within seconds if the zinc metal is finely powdered

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• ### Effect of Particle Size on Reaction Rate

Summary The rate of chemical reactions that involve solids depends on the particle size of the solid A finely powdered solid has a larger surface area than an equal mass of a coarsely powdered solid A larger surface area is a much easier target for colliding molecules The bigger the target the easier it is to hit

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• ### Effect of Particle Size on Reaction Rate

Summary The rate of chemical reactions that involve solids depends on the particle size of the solid A finely powdered solid has a larger surface area than an equal mass of a coarsely powdered solid A larger surface area is a much easier target for colliding molecules The bigger the target the easier it is to hit

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• ### FACTORS AFFECTING RATE OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS

The rate of a reaction increases with increase in the surface area of solid reactant if any used The surface of a solid can be increased by grinding it to a fine powder E g The reaction between zinc and hydrochloric acid occurs within seconds if the zinc metal is finely powdered

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• ### does the mass of reactants affect the speed of reaction

Oct 06 2011Does the mass of reactants affect the speed of reaction? What is certain however is that surface area becomes a rate-limiting factor If you put the magnesium strip into the acid the reaction rate - initially and at any point - will depend on the number of reactive sites on the surface of the metal filings or powder could desire to

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