Nuclear Chemistry and Chemical Kinetics

Created a month ago    
Total Attempts
3
Highest Score
75 %
Average Score
37.5 %

Average Duration

5.7 Minutes
Scores
90 - 100%
80 - 89%
70 - 79%
50 - 69%
0 - 49%
Durations
54 - 60 mins
42 - 53 mins
30 - 41 mins
< 30 mins

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Tags

Chemistry, MIT OCW, Radioactive decay, Nuclear Chemistry, Kinetics Rate Laws, College Prep, Video Lesson

Description

8 questions in 60 minutes

Nuclear Chemistry: Radioactive Decay Chemical Kinetics Second Order Integrated Rate Laws Relationship Between k and K Elementary Steps and Molecularity With nuclear chemistry as a great example of a first order process, the lecture also goes on to talk about second order reactions. Chemical equilibrium is also revisited as the class considers the relationship between equilibrium constants and rate constants. Includes a quiz to test your understanding of the material

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