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Collision Theory and Rate of Reaction

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KiCheung Wong

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Transcript of Collision Theory and Rate of Reaction

Collsion Theory
Right Orientation
Sufficient Energy
Activation Energy
Summary of a successful collision
Factors affecting Rate of reaction
Concentration
Collision Theory and Rate of Reaction
A successful reaction = A successful collision
Background
Collision theory was proposed in 1916
By German chemist Max Trautz & British scientist William Lewis
Aim
Aim:
Keys to trigger a successful chemical reactions
why reaction rates differ for different reactions
A successful collision = right orientation +
sufficient energy (K.E.)
= the
minimum energy
required for a reaction to occur
Energy Profile
Maxwell Boltzmann Distribution Curve
Barclay
HSBC
Temperature
Pressure
Concentration
Temperature
Pressure
Importance of collision theory in Pharmacy
Basic pharmacological knowledge of making drugs
Controlling chemical reactions in human body
THANK YOU
Ackownledge
1) Barry L. Carter, A. (2008). A Cluster-Randomized Trial to Evaluate Physician/Pharmacist Collaboration to Improve Blood Pressure Control. Journal of clinical hypertension (Greenwich, Conn.), [online ] 10(4), p.260. Available at: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2453045/ [Accessed 23 Apr. 2014].

2) Chemguide.co.uk, (2014). An introduction to the collision theory in rates of reaction. [online ] Available at: http://www.chemguide.co.uk/physical/basicrates/introduction.html#top [Accessed 20 Apr. 2014].

3) Eoht.info, (2014). Collision theory - Hmolpedia. [online ] Available at: http://www.eoht.info/page/Collision+theory [Accessed 21 Apr. 2014]

4) Campbell, Arthur, J. (1965). Why do Chemical Reactions Occur? Englewood Cliffs, N. J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc.

Outline
background
what collision theory is
key factors affecting rate of reaction
significant impacts in my field of study (pharmacy)
paracetamol
enzymatic reaction in human body
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