What happens when the temperature of a solution is increased from 25°C to 65°C?
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What happens when the temperature of a solution is increased from 25°C to 65°C?

(a) The rate of the reaction remains unchanged and the rate constant k decreases.

(b) The rate of the reaction increases and ratconstant k decreases.

(c) The rate of the reaction decreases and does the rate constant k.

(d) The rate of the reaction increases and so does the rate constant k.

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The correct option of this question is (d).

Explain : With the increase of temperature, rate of reaction increases and thus rate constant also increases because rate ∝ rate constant.

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