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• From the Arrhenius equation, k = A exp (-Ea/(RT)), taking ln of both sides ln k = ln A - Ea/(RT) = -(Ea/R) T + ln A, which is the equation of a line with slope -Ea/R and vertical intercept of ln A. So if you know the slope you can find the activation energy k is the rate constant such that the "rate of change of [H2O2]" = Δ[H2O2]/Δt = k [H2O2] (first order rate law). By unit analysis, k has dimension of inverse time. Hope that helps. There should also be videos online of teachers walking through the data processing.
• So I had an idea for a RQ for my History EE, but I'm not sure what question i should use. I know I want to do something about the US Civil War and the role that civic rights played in it. So for now my question is : What role did civil rights play during the different stages of the American Civil War? I'm not sure if the question is too precise or too vague, so if possible I would like certain guidance concerning the RQ. And if u have any better ideas for a EE concerning the Civil War, please let me know
• Hello! Thanks for your great feedback and congratulations for such an amazing final score