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The action of a catalyst can be explained in the following manner: The catalyst lowers the temperature of the reactants. The catalyst takes no part in the reaction but serves as a buffer between reactants and products. The catalyst prevents the reverse reaction. The catalyst makes it possible for the reaction to take place by another path that makes possible reaction at a lower energy.

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heather21

The catalyst lowers the activation energy of a reaction !! so your answer is last one !!

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