We propose a model for the determination of the rate of a chemical reaction using molecular dynamics. This is done by approximating the molecules to be hard spheres interacting via the Lennard-Jones potential. A collision occurs in the event that the particle separation falls within a predetermined collision range. Equilibrium is achieved by reducing the kinetic energy by an amount proportional to the square of the velocity, -*Av*^2, during particle-particle collision. The model shows that as *A*\ increases, the time to equilbrium, *T*, decreases exponentially. On the other hand, it also shows that for increasing particle radius *R*, *T*\ increases linearly.

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author = {Kristine Eia S Antonio and Karla V Belisario and Ronald S. Banzon}
}