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The phenomenon of accelerating or slowing down the rate of a chemical reaction due to the intervention of a catalyst is called catalysis. In the catalytic reaction, the catalyst reacts chemically with the reactants, which changes the reaction pathway, thereby reducing the activation energy of the reaction, which is why the catalyst can increase the reaction rate. For example, for the chemical reaction A B → AB, the required activation energy is E. After the catalyst C is added, the reaction proceeds in two steps. The required activation energy is F, G, where F and G are less than E.






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