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Homework Help: chemistry kinetics

Posted by swa on Thursday, May 24, 2012 at 1:05am.

Statement-I : For an endothermic reaction, the activation energy is less than the change in
enthalpy.
Statement-II: Activation energy of a reaction, at a given temperature can never be greater than
its change in enthalpy

are these statements true? give reason

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