I can tell you that you start with the van't Hoff equation, Vant_Hoff

replacing the Delta H rxn with E

_{A}, which is the activation energy.

p.der = partial derivitive

p.der (ln K) / p.der (1/T) = -( Delta H rxn / R )

replacing Delta H rxn with E

_{A} gives:

p.der (ln K) / p.der (1/T) = -( E

_{A} / R )

by rearranging and integrating both sides you can derive the Arrhenius equation, have a go at doing it and ill work through it with you.

cheers,

madscientist :albert: