Reducing the activation energy

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Can you give me an example of a reaction where the activation energy is reduced?
 

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chemisttree
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Yes, I certainly can!
 
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kasse
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Thanks.
 
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Kushal
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haha...

does the word 'catalyst' tell you something?
 
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haha...

does the word 'catalyst' tell you something?

I don't usually give a real answer to someone if I can simply google the question and get a reasonable hit. In this case I googled "reduce activation energy" and got the Wiki reference for enzyme catalysis. It is clear that Kasse has put absolutely no thought or effort into this work. Why should we?
 
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i think i need some more experience to know when to answer if i can.

you're totally right... and you say that soooo sarcastically! :)
 
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It is clear that Kasse has put absolutely no thought or effort into this work. Why should we?

You did:

I googled "reduce activation energy" and got the Wiki reference for enzyme catalysis.

But thanks for suggesting google.com. Helpful website.
 

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