If it takes 20 h to convert 100 g of reactant A to product C at 20 degrees Celcius, approximately how many minutes would it take at 90 degrees Celcius? (a formula for this would be so helpful) Thanks!

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  1. You approximately double the rate of reaction for each 10 degrees C rise in temperature. How many 10s do you have from 20 C to 90 C? 2^7?

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