Yeah it will be 0.67 * 10^-3 so option c is incorrect
Also what do options (a) and (b) mean? Since how can rate of exothermic reaction increase as we increase the temperature (for irreversible) @Sarvesh_Pnchl
Anyone? @pratyaksh_tyagi @Siddhant_Mudholkar @Supreeta_Sen @Chirag_Hegde @Viraam_Rao
Yes 3 is correct. 1 is i think they mean reaction goes in forward direction
But doesn't options a and b seem contractory to each other?.
I mean How can we increase the rate of an irreversible reaction by increasing its temperature?
Correct me if I’m wrong, but in the Arrhenius equation, if T increases, won’t k also increase?
Agreed. I thought the same.
But how is option 3 incorrect then?
I got confused reversible and irreversible reaction.
But how is option 3 incorrect?
Option 3 shouldn't be the answer. You guys are right.
But then, if we go by what I said about k, then the statements in options a and b should both be correct, right? Just confirming.
Also what's the source of the question?
This question is from a mock test, that was held by our center (fiitjee Vadodara)
A possible explanation of A and B both being correct can be that on increasing temperature we would be providing enough activation energy to the reactants to proceed forward with the reaction. Hence the rate would increase.
What do you guys think?