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What action will slow down the rate of a reaction? A. Raising the temperature of the reactants B. Decreasing surface area of a solid reactant C. Increasing the concentration of the reactants D. Adding a catalyst to the reaction
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Uou sure?
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I'm 98% sure
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If it's wrong I'll give you the medal :P
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this one can you check this What can you tell about the rate of the two reactions shown in the graph? A. They occurred at the same rate. B. One reaction started before the other. C. They occurred at different rates. D. One reaction prevented the other from taking place. https://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/560500_561000/560528/2/decbba66c480fb8cddb30f4140aa6c62e0a2f4ab/MS2_PHY_03_05_401_OVR_catalyst_chat.jpg a
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