Zero-order: constant rate, half life decreases and time increases. First-order: rate decreases as time increases, and half-life is constant. Second-order: rate decreases as time increases, and half-life decreases as time decreases.
Measure the effects of changes in temperature, pH, and enzyme concentration on reaction rates of an enzyme catalyzed reaction in a controlled experiment. Explain how environmental factors affect the rate of enzyme-catalyzed reactions.
Sweet Tea Lab: An Investigation of the Rate of Chemical Reactions
New AQA GCSE Chemistry Calculating the Rate of Chemical Reaction Lesson
This resource is a lesson with activities covering the calculating rate of chemical reactions content in the new 2015 AQA Chemistry specification. This resource includes: A power point to lead students through the lesson A lite.
In this lab, students can explore the affect of concentration on a reaction rate. Students observe the reaction between vinegar and baking soda when vinegar is a solution, solution and solution. The lab can be edited to accommodate higher