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Do catalysts affect:
A, B, C, AB, AC, BC, or ABC???: where:

A)activation energy
B) enthalpy change (I am assuming this is delta H)
C) value of the equilibrium constant

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  1. Activation energy. yes

    enthalpy change. no

    value of Keq. no.

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