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So now we can use it to calculate the Activation Energy by graphing lnk versus 1/T. ... It should result in a linear graph. The activation energy can be calculated ... - read more

... we need to find ln k, T in K, 1/T, ... The slope of the line will lead us to the activation energy. k. ln k. T (o C) T (K) 1/T. 3.52×10 –7 –14.860. 283. 556. - read more

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