At a high altitude camp in the Rockies, water boils at 95.4°C instead of 100.0°C. A visitor has requested a soft-boiled egg (usually boiled for 3.00 minutes at 100.0°C). The activation energy for the reaction in question is 453 kJ/mol. 6 marks egg protein (l) egg protein (s) How long will it take to cook his egg at 95.4°C? The answers say 18.6min. However, they use this formula: ln(t2)=ln(t1)+(1/T2-1/T1)x(Ea/R) I believe the formula should be: ln(t2)=ln(t1)-(1/T2-1/T1)x(Ea/R) Am I right?