Small Group Class (3-5) | N1,500 per class (max of 1hr) | Total # of Classes: 5
Collision theory states that chemical reactions occur only when the reactant particles collide with sufficient energy to react. The minimum amount of energy needed is called the activation energy , which is different for each reaction. Factors that influence the reaction rates of chemical reactions include the concentration of reactants, temperature, the physical state of reactants and their dispersion, the solvent, and the presence of a catalyst. At the end of this module, among other things, students will gain very good understanding of collision theory, activation energy and energy profile, general principle of chemical equilibrium, factors affecting rate of chemical reaction, Le Chatelier’s principle and equilibrium constant, and analysis and interpretation of rate graphs and charts.