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Observations:

0 0.00

600 0.0021

1200 0.0036

1800 0.0048

2400 0.0056

3000 0.0064

3600 0.0067

4200 0.0071

4800 0.0075

5400 0.0077

6000 0.0078

Procedure:

1.

Analysis:

1. Slope of the secant can be calculated by using the two given sets of points at t = 0 and

t = 4800 to calculate the slope of the line.

Y2 - Y1 (0.0075 - 0) M

Slope = --------- = ---------------------- = 1.56 * 10-6 M / s = 1.6 * 10-6 M / s

X2 - X1 (4800 - 0) s

2. Slope of each tangent can be calculated by using two points around the point at which

you are trying to calculate, for example in order to calculate the tangent at t = 1200s

then the data at t = 600s and t = 1800s will be taken and the average value of that data

will be the instantaneous rate of change at t = 1200s.

data at t = 600s and t = 1800s

Y2 - Y1 (0.0048 - 0.0021) M

Slope = --------- = ---------------------- = 2.25 * 10-6 M / s = 2.2* 10-6 M / s

X2 - X1 (1800 - 600)

data from t = 5400s and t = 4200s

Y2 - Y1 (0.0077 - 0.0071) M

Slope = --------- = ---------------------- = 5 * 10-7 M / s = 5.0 * 10-7 M / s

X2 - X1 (5400 - 4200) s

3. The reason that both of the units are the same is because both of them measure the

same thing: a rate of mols, the unit for which is mols / second. The only difference

between the two is the interval in which each is calculated on (average rate in this lab

is calculated over the interval of t = 0 and t = 4800, while instantaneous is calculated at

a point using the surrounding data), the change in the size of the interval should not

result the units of instantaneous and average rates to be different which is why the

units are the same.

4. The average rate of change can represent the rate over any interval in the given data,

for example it can represent the average rate from start to finish or even start to

halfway, both of these scenarios can be classified as average rate of change. So when

two students determine average rate of change and result in different answers this

means that they calculated over different time intervals.

5. The reason that the instantaneous rate of change at t = 4800s is different from the rate

at t = 1200s is due to the fact that the rate of the graph is not linear. A reason for why

the rate at t = 4800s is so low compared to t = 1200s can be assumed by the prediction

that there are not many reactants left near the end of the reaction at t = 4800s thus the

rate of the reaction is much lower, while at t = 1200s there are plenty of reactants left

and as a result the rate is much higher.

6. Due to the time some reactions take to complete waiting for the reaction to finish can

be a inefficient. In order to speed up the process they measure the rates of reactions at

the beginning when they are the fastest and use that as a tool to estimate the longevity

of the reaction compared to others. An advantage of this process is that it eliminates

the need to wait for the reaction to finish.

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