Posted by **Jim** on Tuesday, October 26, 2010 at 7:02pm.

A first-order reaction has rate constants of 4.6 x 10^-2 inverse seconds and 8.1 x 10^-2 inverse seconds at 0 degrees C and 20 degrees C respectively. what is the value of the activation energy?

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