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The rate constant fo a particular reaction increases by a factor of 6.5 when the temperature is increased from 300.0K to 310.0K. Calculate the activation energy.

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    Use the Arrhenius equation. Assume a number for k1, then make k2 6.5 x k1.

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    Shouldn't the activation energy always stay the same, just the rate at which it is reached changes ? I may be wrong.

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