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## Eyring equationThe ## Additional recommended knowledgeThe general form of the Eyring-Polanyi equation resemble somewhat to the Arrhenius equation:
It can be rewritten as:
- = reaction rate constant
- = absolute temperature
- =
**enthalpy of activation** - = gas constant
- = Boltzmann constant
- = Planck's constant
- =
**entropy of activation**
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Categories: Chemical kinetics | Physical chemistry |

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