I remember reading some place that reaction rate between solid and liquid doubles with increase in temperature of like every 4 degrees. This makes sense for, diffusion, molecular dynamics etc. in a static liquid. Does temperature play equally important role vs reaction rate in case of stirred liquid? I realize some reactions can only happen above certain temperature or need energy input to drive the reaction, hence heat plays an additional role there. This question is not about those endothermic cases, but is about simple stuff like acid metal or acid metal-oxide reactions and reaction rate effect of heating vs stirring.
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