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Question:

The same single-replacement reaction is run in two different beakers. The beakers are labeled as Beaker A and B and are heated to 75°C and 100°C, respectively. If the reactions are run for 15 minutes each, which of the following results would you expect to observe?

A Beaker B produces more product than Beaker A
Explaination

As the temperature of a reaction increases, the reaction rate increases as well. This is due to an increased number of collisions that occur between molecules during a reaction. Since Beaker B is at a higher temperature, it should produce more product than Beaker A since the reaction times are equal.