Problem: Which one of the following statements regarding catalysts is  FALSE? (a) A catalyst is a chemical agent that speeds up the rate of a given reaction. (b) A catalyst may be in the same phase or a different phase than the reactants and products. (c) A catalyst has no effect on the mechanism of a reaction. (d) A catalyst has no effect on ΔG of K of the reaction. (e) Effective catalysis can be achieved even when the amount of catalyst is small compared to the amount of reactants.

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Which one of the following statements regarding catalysts is  FALSE?

(a) A catalyst is a chemical agent that speeds up the rate of a given reaction.

(b) A catalyst may be in the same phase or a different phase than the reactants and products.

(c) A catalyst has no effect on the mechanism of a reaction.

(d) A catalyst has no effect on ΔG of K of the reaction.

(e) Effective catalysis can be achieved even when the amount of catalyst is small compared to the amount of reactants.

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