Problem: A catalyst facilitates a reaction by a) shifting the position of the equilibrium of the reaction. b) lowering the activation energy of the reaction. c) making the reaction more exothermic. d) increasing the activation energy for the reverse reaction. e) decreasing the temperature at which the reaction will proceed spontaneously. 

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A catalyst facilitates a reaction by

a) shifting the position of the equilibrium of the reaction.

b) lowering the activation energy of the reaction.

c) making the reaction more exothermic.

d) increasing the activation energy for the reverse reaction.

e) decreasing the temperature at which the reaction will proceed spontaneously. 

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