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Ashja

  • 3 years ago

According to the collision theory and model created to explain the collision theory, what happens to a catalyst in a reaction? It gets consumed. It does not get consumed. It bonds with the reactants. It bonds with the products.

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  1. timo86m
    • 3 years ago
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    It does not get consumed. it just a catalyst. It helps the reaction go faster. that is all it does. Doesn't get consumed.

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