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The rate constant nearly doubles for some reaction when there is an increase in temperaure from 17 degree celsius to 32 degree celsius. Calculate the activation energy.

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    Use the Arrhenius equation. Set k1 at any number and k2 will be double that number OR set k2 = 2k1.

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    I am still confused could you work the problem out.

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