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Posted by Question on Sunday, January 28, 2007 at 6:20pm.

During activation energy...

A. A catalyst lowers the activation energy by changing the reaction mechanism.
B. A catalyst does not change the activation energy.
C. A catalyst lowers the activation energy by changing the rate.
D. A catalyst raises the activation energy by changing the reaction mechanism.
E. A catalyst raises the activation energy by changing the rate.


Look up activation energy and catalysis, especially, how the activation energy is lowered.

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