Conducting the Reaction Rate Experiment

Unit 6: Reaction Rates
Lesson 7 of 8

Objective: Students will conduct a reaction rate experiment they designed and determine if their results are reasonable based on a calculated theoretical yield.

Big Idea: Reaction rates are influenced by temperature, concentration, and surface area. A theoretical yield from stoichiometry is a good benchmark for determining if experimental data is reasonable.

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