In general, what is the relationship between temperature and the rate for a chemical reaction?
The rate increases exponentially as the temperature increases.
When we increase the temperature of one of the reactants in a chemical reaction, this increases the particles kinetic energy, making them move much faster than they were before.
This also increases the chance of a more successful collision and the rate of reaction.
#"rate constant" = Ae^((-E_a)/(RT)#
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