If it takes 20 hours to convert 100 g of reactant A to product C at 20 degrees Celsius,...

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If it takes {eq}20 {/eq} hours to convert {eq}100\ g {/eq} of reactant A to product C at {eq}20 ^\circ {/eq} Celsius, approximately how many minutes would it take at {eq}110 ^\circ {/eq} Celsius?

Chemical reaction

The transformation specifically chemical transformation of the substance to its another form is called a chemical reaction. In other words, reactants are chemically transformed into products in a chemical reaction.

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In this lesson, you will learn how chemical equations are used to represent chemical reactions. You will learn that there are many pieces of information provided in a chemical equation, and you will gain an understanding of how to interpret chemical equations.


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