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Explain, using collision theory, the effect of decreasing temperature on the rate of a chemical reaction.

Explain, using collision theory, the effect of increasing concentration on the rate of a chemical reaction.

Explain, using collision theory, the effect of adding a catalyst on the rate of a chemical reaction.

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    I'm not sure how to use the collision theory to explain the decreasing temperature, increasing concentration, and when adding a catalyst on the rate of a chemical reaction.

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