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A certain reaction has a delta H= -75 kJ and an activation energy of 40 kJ. A catalyst is found that lowers the Activation energy of the forward reaction by 15 kJ. What is the activation energy of the reverse reaction in the presence of this same catalyst?

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  1. Ea forward - Eareverse = delta H
    25 - Er = -75
    solve for Er.









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