Problem: If a reaction has a frequency factor of 1.2x10 11 s−1 and an activation energy of 62.3 kJ/mol, what is the rate constant at 67°C? a) 32.2 s−1 b) 1.17x10−11 s−1 c) 3.21x10−38  s−1 d) 1.07x10−11  s−1 e) 2.68x10−10 s−1  

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If a reaction has a frequency factor of 1.2x10 11 s−1 and an activation energy of 62.3 kJ/mol, what is the rate constant at 67°C?

a) 32.2 s−1

b) 1.17x10−11 s−1

c) 3.21x10−38  s−1

d) 1.07x10−11  s−1

e) 2.68x10−10 s−1

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