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The standard free energy of activation of one reaction is 94.3 kj/mol^-1 (22.54 kcal/mol^-1). The standard free energy of activation for another reaction is 76.4 kJ/mol^-1 (18.26 kcal/mol^-1). Assume temp of 298K and 1 M conc. By what factor is one faster than the other?

Im not sure if this is right but do you subtract the lower kcal value from the other and then multiply by 10? Thanks!

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