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Does increasing temperature increase the rate of gaseous reactions?

The reason why increasing temperature increases rate of reaction are, i) On increasing temp you are increasing the kinetic energy of the reactants which will inevitably cause more collisions and will ...
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Enthalpy of reaction with equal amounts of gaseous products and reactants

For an irreversible, complete reaction of the form: $$\ce{aA +bB->cC +dD}$$ The standard molar change in enthalpy is given by: $$\Delta\overline{H}^o=c\;\Delta\overline{H}_{f_C}^o\;+\;d\;\Delta\...
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