Problem: A catalyst increases the rate of a reaction by (A) changing the mechanism of the reaction. (B) increasing the activation energy of the reaction. (C) increasing the concentration of one or more of the products. (D) decreasing the difference in relative energy of the reactants and products.

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A catalyst increases the rate of a reaction by

(A) changing the mechanism of the reaction.

(B) increasing the activation energy of the reaction.

(C) increasing the concentration of one or more of the products.

(D) decreasing the difference in relative energy of the reactants and products.

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