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A certain reaction is known to proceed slowly at room temperature. Is it possible to make the reaction proceed at a faster rate without changing the temperature?
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Yes. Without changing the temperature, the reaction can be made faster by adding a catalyst. Catalysts speed up the chemical reaction by lowering the activation energy.
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