There is a rule of thumb that says that the rate of many room-temperature chemical reactions approximately doubles when the temperature is increased by 10°C. Calculate the activation energy for a reaction that exactly conforms to this relationship.
The only thing that comes to mind for me it's the Arrhenius equation, but I am not sure if that is the correct way of doing it since I am given so little information. How can I solve this problem ?. Thanks a lot in advance!