# Problem: Given that the rate constant for a reaction is 1.5×10 10 at 25°C and the activation energy is 38 kJ/mol, what is its rate constant at 37°C?   a) 1.5×1010 b) 2.7×1010 c) 1.6×1010 d) 2.1×10 36 e) 8.3×10 9

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Given that the rate constant for a reaction is 1.5×10 10 at 25°C and the activation energy is 38 kJ/mol, what is its rate constant at 37°C?

a) 1.5×1010

b) 2.7×1010

c) 1.6×1010

d) 2.1×10 36

e) 8.3×10 9

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