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Methane gas reacts with diatomic sulfur in the gas phase, producing carbon disulphide and hydrogen sulfide. The rate constant for this reaction is 1.1 (L/M.s) at 550 oC. If it is 6.31 (L/M.s) at 624 oC, what is the value of the activation energy for this reaction.

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    You can't plug all of this into the Arrhenius equation?

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