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I've been scouring the web for a website/pdf that lists/tabulates reactions and their corresponding rate laws. Something like: \begin{align} \ce{A + B &-> C} & \text{rate}&=1.234[\ce{A}]^2[\ce{B}] &&\text{at } 25~^\circ\mathrm{C}\\ \ce{D + E &-> F} & \text{rate}&=5.678[\ce{D}][\ce{E}]^2 &&\text{at } 25~^\circ\mathrm{C}\\ \ce{G + H &-> I} & \text{rate}&=9.001[\ce{G}][\ce{H}] &&\text{at } 25~^\circ\mathrm{C}\\ &\cdots&&\cdots&&\cdots\end{align}

Is there such a list of known rate laws for reactions?

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  • $\begingroup$ If this exists, I would be euphoric. $\endgroup$ – Kootling Mar 13 '15 at 2:21
  • $\begingroup$ Like this? kinetics.nist.gov/kinetics/index.jsp Though it seems there is no data for reaction in the liquid phase, which is probably what most chemists are interested in. $\endgroup$ – Nicolau Saker Neto Mar 13 '15 at 2:24
  • $\begingroup$ @NicolauSakerNeto That's similar to what I'm thinking, but I'm looking more for a ready-made list of the rate laws, i.e. not requiring you to enter the reaction. $\endgroup$ – 0 . Mar 13 '15 at 2:30
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Integrated Rate Laws in Chemical Kinetics are very well known (http://www.csus.edu/indiv/m/mackj/chem142/kinetics.pdf).

Here is a good article with the list of the constants: Table of Recommended Rate Constants for Chemical Reactions Occurring in Combustion by Francis Westley

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  • $\begingroup$ How does the first link answer the question? It has 22pages of a PPT and only a handful of examples are given, the rest is just textbook theory on kinetics. $\endgroup$ – Gaurang Tandon Jun 9 '18 at 1:40

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