At a certain temperature, the first order rate constant k_1 is found to be smaller than the second order rate constant

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Q 2613278149.     At a certain temperature, the first order rate constant k_1 is found to be smaller than the second order rate constant k_2 . If the energy of activation E_1 of the first order reaction is greater than energy of activation of the second order reaction, then with increase in temperature.
A

k_1 will increase faster than k_2 , but always will remain less than k_2

B

k_2 will increase faster than k_1

C

k_1 will increase faster than k_2 and becomes equal to k_2 .

D

k_1 will increase faster k_2 and becomes greater than k_2

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