Temperature is like riding down the hill with a bike. The steeper the hill is, the bike goes as a faster rate. Which means theres more collision.
Concetration is like a bike gaining more speed as the steep becomes steeper. Providing more speed to the bike to collide.
Surface area is like a bike being so big that it is more likely to collide with objects.
catalyst is like a bike going down a hill and its going fast, the hill becomes higher and slows the bike down.
In the lab we tested Acids and bases and how some solutions react to one another. The goal of the lab was to discover the properties of acids and bases, to develop methods for identifying acids and bases, and to classify unknown solutions as acids or bases. Each person in the group received a tray and we had red and blue litmus paper. in the columns of each tray we put in 1-2 drops of phenolphtalein, bromthymol blue, and methyl orange. My group put the litmus paper in the big empty space on the tray. We then proceeded to put HCl, NaOH, pH 7, vinegar, laxative, lemon, juice, cola, alka-seltzer, aspirin, over cleaner, liquid plumber, ammonia, unknown D, E and F. If the colours changed then we put down the color it changed to. I was interested in how the colors changed because I dont know a lot of chemistry. I then looked at the pH indicators and classified each and everyone of the solutions as acids, basic or neutral. I discovered the properties of acids and bases. I saw that some acids react weirdly with bases. Chemisty is used in the real world everyday. We cook, clean, and drink solutions everyday and it is nice to know how each chemical reacts with another.