So we just completed an experiment and we are now expected to calculate the activation energy of the reaction we ran using our data. The reaction was between crystal violet and sodium hydroxide. The reaction was performed under pseudo order conditions (sodium hydroxide concentration did not noticeably change) and I was able to determine from those conditions that the reaction is first order for the hydroxide ion and second order for crystal violet. These were confirmed by my professor and I then went on to calculate little k. I have the value of k for room temperature. We ran the reaction at two other temperatures and my goal now is to determine the k values for the reaction performed at the two other temperatures. I want to do this so I can get a line of best fit through my three data points where ln(k) is a function of the inverse of the temperature and the slope of the line is the activation energy divided by R. Like I said, I was able to determine k and the order of the reaction but now I'm stuck Some help on a proper way to determine the k's at the two other temperatures is much appreciated. Thanks!