An equation that expresses the logarithmic relationship between the rate constantIn a differential rate equation, the proportionality constant that relates the rate with the concentrations of reactants and other species that affect the rate. The rate constant is the rate of reaction when all concentrations are 1 M. of a reaction and the reciprocal of the absolute temperatureA physical property that indicates whether one object can transfer thermal energy to another object.; ln k = exp(Ea/RT).
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