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Posted by Deidra on Thursday, December 6, 2012 at 12:18pm.

The standard free energy of activation of a reaction A is 78.2 kJ mol–1 (18.7 kcal mol–1) at 298 K. Reaction B is ten million times faster than reaction A at the same temperature. The products of each reaction are 10.0 kJ mol–1 (2.39 kcal mol–1) more stable than the reactants.

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