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A second order reaction has a rate constant of 8.7x10^-4/(M*s) at 30 degrees C. At 40 degrees C the rate constant is 1.8x10^-3/(M*s). What are the activation energy and frequency factor for this reaction? Predict the value of the rate constant at 4 degrees C

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