Chemistry
posted by Angie .
How can you calculate activation energy in (kj/mol)?
When all that is given is inverse temperature, and natural log reaction constant?
Inverse: 1/278 for Kelvin temp, 1/308
Natural Log Reaction Rate Constant:
4.3
5.5

Chemistry 
DrBob222
You have k1 and k2 and T1 and T2. Use the Arrhenius equation to calculate Ea.
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