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Reaction kinetics question

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I'm really having trouble with this question, can someone help me with an explanation?

Is it possible to vary the factors of concentration, surface area, and temperature in a way that would prevent a reaction from happening? explain your answers in terms of collisions.

Will catalysts always speed up reactions?


thanks in advance
 
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First have you read your textbook? What ARE "concentration" and "surface area" and what do they have to do with reactions? What is the definition of "catalyst"?
 

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