Chemistry Practice Problems Clausius-Clapeyron Equation Practice Problems Solution: A boiled egg can be cooked at 100.0°C in exactly 5...

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Solution: A boiled egg can be cooked at 100.0°C in exactly 5 minutes. At an altitude of around 2000m where the boiling point of water is 93.0°C, it takes exactly 7.5 minutes to cook the egg to the same amount. What is the activation energy for the reaction involved when an egg is boiled?•66 kJ/mol•0.5 kJ/mol•7.9 kJ/mol•>100 kJ/mol•4.5 kJ/mol

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A boiled egg can be cooked at 100.0°C in exactly 5 minutes. At an altitude of around 2000m where the boiling point of water is 93.0°C, it takes exactly 7.5 minutes to cook the egg to the same amount. What is the activation energy for the reaction involved when an egg is boiled?

•66 kJ/mol
•0.5 kJ/mol
•7.9 kJ/mol
•>100 kJ/mol
•4.5 kJ/mol



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