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jes230

  • one year ago

Predict how the addition of a catalyst would affect the rate of the reaction below, and explain your prediction H2 (g) + I2 (g) yields 2 HI

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  1. jes230
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    @seiga

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    @abb0t

  3. abb0t
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    It will increase the rate of reaction. That's the purpose of a catalyst.

  4. seiga
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    Adding a catalyst to a reaction will increase the rate of the reaction. The 'explain your prediction' part seems a bit silly. After all, the problem states that a catalyst is added and we know, by definition, that a catalyst increases the rate of the reaction. Adding a catalyst that did nothing would seem a bit silly.

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    Thanks a lot @seiga @abb0t

  6. abb0t
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    Hmm....

  7. seiga
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    shutup and go @jes230 ahaha<4

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