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Chapter 1
Rate of reaction
[20 periods]
 Two important formulae
average rate [P3,TB] and rate of reaction at a given time [P4,TB] must be
clearly understood. 
 These values must be
calculated from graphs which will appear in [LW1.2 p 4 PB]. 
 Rates of reaction are
affected by 5 factors[p9,TB] and the related experiments are [Exp 1.1,p68,
Exp1.2 p1012, Exp 1.3 p1314, Exp 1.4 p1516, PB] . 
 Collision theory model
explains the rate of reaction at the particulate state[p2024,TB].

 Collision theory is
further used to explain the factors that rate of reaction. 
 Energy Profile diagrams
must be drawn accurately with the correct labels[p21,TB]. 
 This chapter deals with
graphs and students are require to plot graphs based on experimental results
and to determine the rate from the gradient of the graph. 
 When the factors that
influence rates are considered, take note that the gradient of the graphs also
change. 
 Where the curve ends i.e
the height of the curve from the x axis represents the amount of products/
reactants that are used. 
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