What other interesting observations can you make about the reaction between BG and R?

Inorder for a reaction to occur the reactants, BG and R must collide. However, not all collisions between reactants, BG and R result in the formation of the products, RG and B. The orientation of the BG molecule must be such that the R atom collides with the G atom of the molecule BG. When R collides with the B atom of the BG molecule, no reaction is observed. Additionally, even when the orientation of the collision of the BG molecule and the R atom favors the products, if the collision does not have sufficient energy no reaction is observed. The energy of the collision can be inferred from the velocity of the colliding particles. If tthe velocities of the particles are high