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On increasing the temperature by 30 degree centigrade, rate of a chemical reaction becomes 15.625 times initial rate...

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On increasing the temperature by 30 degree centigrade, rate of a chemical reaction becomes 15.625 times the initial rate. If every 10 degree centigrade increment in temperature makes the similar multiple change (x), then what is the value of x?

posted Oct 8, 2015 by anonymous

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25
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15625 = 1 * X^3
ln(15625) / 3) = ln(X)
X = 25

answer Mar 26, 2017 by Jcm



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