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Isn't the Arrhenius law k=A*exp(-Ea/(R*T))? why can ln(rate) also be plotted vs T^-1 to find activation energy?

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Isn't the Arrhenius law k=A*exp(-Ea/(R*T))? why can ln(rate) also be plotted vs T^-1 to find activation energy?

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Is it possible that some people refer to the rate constant simply as "rate?" Otherwise, the rate would have to be constant for the equation to apply.

Isn't the Arrhenius law k=A*exp(-Ea/(R*T))? why can ln(rate) also be plotted vs T^-1 to find activation energy?

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