Problem: A factor that decreases the activation energy for a reaction: I)          decreases the rate constant II)        increases the rate constant III)       has no effect on the rate constant IV)       makes the product yield increase V)        might be a catalyst        A) II and IV       B) I, IV, and V       C) I and IV       D) II and V       E) IV and III

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A factor that decreases the activation energy for a reaction:

I)          decreases the rate constant

II)        increases the rate constant

III)       has no effect on the rate constant

IV)       makes the product yield increase

V)        might be a catalyst     

A) II and IV       B) I, IV, and V       C) I and IV       D) II and V       E) IV and III

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