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Should we include catalyst while determining the molecularity of a reaction?

Should we include catalyst while determining the molecularity of a reaction?

Grade:12

1 Answers

Godfrey Classic Prince
633 Points
10 years ago

Dear praneeth bonu,

Elementary reactions are classified according to their molecularity. The number of reacting species, which are involved in simultaneous collision to bring about a chemical reaction is called the molecularity of the reaction.

Addition of a Catalyst does not change the molecularity because it is the number of reacting species that is involved in simultaneous collision in order to perform a chemical reaction ..

Catalyst does not count as a reacting species !!

 

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