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Rate Constant Problem

by grint
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grint
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Jan26-14, 07:35 PM
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http://imgur.com/IgOdMW3

Question in the link. How do I go from here and get the rate constant and n values?
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grint
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Jan26-14, 09:57 PM
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Equation: k' = k[OH- ]^n

k' and [OH-] measured / calculated

Log both sides of the equation above

log k' = log (k[OH- ]^n )
log k' = log k + n log([OH- ]

which is the same as

log k' = n log([OH- ] + log k
Which you can look at as y = mx + b

m = n, therefore slope = n, n = 1.04
calculate k after that


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