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January 17th, 2018, 04:04 AM   #1
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Graphical method versus Transition State

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Currently I am working in finding the mechanism and reaction order for CO Oxidation reaction on metal alloy surface. I used the graphical method to find the reaction order and with that value, I predict the possible mechanism. Since I have the reaction order value from the experimental, it is easy for me to compare. But then, I ignore the calculation of transition state and do not create a reaction pathway to get the same result. I need to have a concrete reason in order to ignore the transition state. May I have some discussion here....

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