Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Measuring The Speed Of A Reaction

Students use a spectrometer to determine the order of a reaction and the effect of variables on the reaction rate.

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Standards Correlations

IB Topics AP Topics
16.1 4.2

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Measuring The Speed Of A Reaction