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What is a catalyst
Question asked by: ozioma

Asked on: 12 May 2011

For us to understand what a catalyst is, we should know the functions of a catalyst itself, as we know that firstly, it cannot start up a reaction and it is specific in action therefore, base on these we can define or state it by saying. A catalyst is a substance which alters or speed up the rate of a chemical reaction, but which itself remain chemically and quantitatively unchanged at the end of the reaction
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