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What does adding more catalyst do to a reaction?


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What does adding more catalyst do to a reaction?


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Do you even chemistry?

What do you think? And then we can correct you if necessary.

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Well i know(obviously) that catalysts speed up reactions by providing an alternative route with a lower activation energy. But what i mean is does MORE catalyst affect the rate or is it simply a case of more catalyst won't change the rate as it's already sped up?


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Typically more catalyst means faster reaction. But details can get complicated in specific systems.
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