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Catalysts

Catalysts are molecules that allow chemical reactions to occur faster or with less energy input.

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Catalysts

If you've ever seen a chemical reaction, you know that it reacts at a specific speed. Chemical reactions all react at different speed. How do you speed up or slow down a reaction? A catalyst is a tool used specifically for this. 

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