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12.S: Chemical Kinetics II (Summary)

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    Vocabulary and Concepts

    • autocatalysis
    • bimolecular
    • catalyst
    • chain reaction
    • dynamic equilibrium
    • effect rate constant
    • elementary reaction
    • equilibrium approximation
    • equilibrium constant
    • initiation step
    • intermediate
    • Lindemann mechanism
    • Lotka-Voltera mechanism
    • Michaelis constant
    • Michaelis-Menten
    • molecularity
    • Montreal Protocol
    • oscillating reaction
    • predator-prey
    • pre-equilibrium
    • propagation step
    • radical
    • rate determining step
    • reaction mechanism
    • steady state approximation
    • termination step
    • termolecular
    • third-body collision
    • unimolecular

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