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A catalyst in the infinity divided state is more efficient because in this state (A) It has larger activation energy (B) It can react with one of the reactant more efficiently (C) It has large surface area (D) All the above

A catalyst in the infinity divided state is more efficient because in this state
    (A)    It has larger activation energy
    (B)    It can react with one of the reactant more efficiently
    (C)    It has large surface area
    (D)    All the above

Grade:11

1 Answers

Hrishant Goswami
343 Points
8 years ago

More is the surface area, more is the number of active centers and hence more is the efficiency of the catalyst.

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