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How is Surface catalyst(heterogeneous) and homogeneous catalyst different? I'm in 10th grade chemistry and I don't understand it.

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    Hmmmm.

    Ok, you obviously have a misunderstanding.

    Heterogeneous catalysts: this is when the catalyst and the reactants are NOT in the same phase, an example being a solid catalyst(even finely divided particles) acting on a gaseous reacation.

    Homogenous catalysts: The catalyst is in the same phase as the reactants. example: Sulfuric acid as as catalyst mixed with a liquid reactant to make a chemical ester.

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    Thank you!

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