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Curve 1 is at a higher temperature than curve 2. Curve 1 has a higher activation energy than curve 2. Curve 2 is at a higher temperature than curve 1. Curve 2 has a catalyst added to the reaction.
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Effect of Temperature on distribution of speeds=> It may be noted that the fraction of molecules having the most probable speed remains same as long as temperature remains same. However on increasing the temperature of the gas the molecular motion becomes rapid and consequently the value of the most probable speed also increases. The entire distribution curve, in fact shifts towards right with rise in temperature (Will show you in figure). How ever the area under the two curves remains same because it represents number of molecules. |dw:1440299572636:dw|
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The graph shifts towards right so....
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On increasing temperature, fraction of molecules having energy greater than activation energy increases. In the diagram we can see that fraction of molecule having energy greater that \(\sf E_a\) is larger at temperature \(\sf T_2\). So we can conclude that \(\sf T_2 > T_1\)