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How does temperature have an effect on a catalysed reaction ?
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It increases the rate of reaction between the catalyst particles and the reactant particles resulting in more frequent collisions between them. The particles have more kinetic energy so will collide with the catalyst particles with a greater force and will have a higher chance of creating a successful collision (high energy collision= successful collision)
Increasing the temperature usually increases the rate if reaction but decreases the yeild (in an exothetmic reaction) so the equilibrium counteracts this and moves towards the left so it produces more reactants than products. Hope this helped in someway.
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Thank you
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