## What is the rate constant k equal to?

The units of the rate constant, k, depend on the overall reaction order. The units of k for a zero-order reaction are M/s, the units of k for a first-order reaction are 1/s, and the units of k for a second-order reaction are 1/(M·s).

**What is rate constant M?**

The rate constant k and the exponents m, n, and p must be determined experimentally by observing how the rate of a reaction changes as the concentrations of the reactants are changed. The rate constant k is independent of the concentration of A, B, or C, but it does vary with temperature and surface area.

**What is M in chemical reactions?**

Reaction rates are usually expressed as the concentration of reactant consumed or the concentration of product formed per unit time. The units are thus moles per liter per unit time, written as M/s, M/min, or M/h.

### Do subscripts count as moles?

Ones never appear in chemical formulas. Not only do subscripts denote ratios of atoms, they also denote the ratio of moles of element to one mole of compound. Parentheses can be used to show groups of atoms, with the subscripts showing how many groups there are.

**How do you find K constant physics?**

As a formula, it reworks Hooke’s Law and is expressed through the equation: k = – F/x. Where k is the spring constant, F is the force applied over x, and x is the displacement by the spring expressed in N/m.

**How do you find K value in physics?**

W = kx. W is the weight of the added mass. Therefore, the spring constant k is the slope of the straight line W versus x plot. Weight is mass times the acceleration of gravity or W = mg where g is about 980 cm/sec2.

## Do coefficients count in molar mass?

When finding the molar mass of the reactants you use the number of moles given in the problem and multiply it by the molar mass of that element or compound to get its mass. You do not use the coefficients in the equation unless converting between different components/elements in the equation.

**What’s the difference between a subscript and a coefficient?**

Subscripts – Part of the chemical formulas of the reactants and products that indicate the number of atoms of the preceding element. Coefficient – A small whole number that appears in front of a formula in a balanced chemical equation.

**What is the value of k in Hooke’s Law?**

k = |F/x| = (0.1 N)/ (0.035 m) = 2.85 N/m.

### What is the unit of k in physics?

The Coulomb constant, the electric force constant or the electrostatic constant which is denoted by k or K is a proportionality constant in electrostatics equations. The value of K in SI units is equal to 8.98755 × 109 kg. m3. s-2.

**What is the rate constant k?**

The rate constant, k, is a proportionality constant that indicates the relationship between the molar concentration of reactants and the rate of a chemical reaction.

**What are the units for K in rate law?**

The units for k should be mol −2 L 2 /s so that the rate is in terms of mol/L/s. To determine the value of k once the rate law expression has been solved, simply plug in values from the first experimental trial and solve for k: OCl − ( a q) + I − ( a q) ⟶ OI − ( a q) + Cl − ( a q)

## What are the units of K in a chemical equation?

For a first order involving one chemical entity, the unit of k is ct^-1/ (c^1) or t^-1. For a second order reaction the units of k become 1/ct and for a third order reaction the units of k are 1/c^2 t remembering that c is the amount per litre expressed in mass or molarity and n is the kinetic order.

**How to calculate rate constant?**

How to Calculate Rate Constant. 1 r is the reaction rate. 2 k (T) is the reaction rate constant that depends on temperature. 3 [A] is the molar concentrations of substances A in moles per unit volume of solution. 4 [B] is the molar concentrations of substances B in moles per unit volume of solution. 5 m,n are the partial orders of reaction.