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Heat applied to reactants causes a faster chemical reaction. Heat is considered _____. chemical equilibrium the law of mass action activation energy

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  1. alphabeta
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    Activation energy. The applied heat will increase the kinetic energy of the reactants, thus increasing the rate of collusions, which again will increase the rate of reaction. You could therefore consider the heat as activation energy, since it is the energy that makes the reaction happen faster.

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    thank you. that helped.

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