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The temperature dependence of rate constant (k) of a chemical reaction is written in terms of Arrhenius equation, k=AeEa/RT. Activation energy (Ea) of the reaction can be calculated by plotting:

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logk vs T
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logk vs 1T
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k vs T
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k vs 1logT
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Solution

The correct option is B logk vs 1T
log(k)=log(A)Ea2.303R.1T
so a log(k) us 1T plot gives us all of the information.

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