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Catalysts and Catalysis
Is shaking a container a catalyst?
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How do you clean a container by filling with water and shaking?
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What is a catalyst converter?
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How can you make a chemical reaction go faster?
usually adding a catalyst will help to speed up the reaction so look up what kind of catalyst will speed up your reaction. you can also raise the temperature or increase the amount of the reactants Lowering the activation energy, adding a catalyst and shaking the reactants can help make a chemical reaction go faster.
Asked in Science
How do you separate ping pongs and rocks in a bowl together without touching them?
You can do so using air and/or shaking/tilting/straining the container. The rocks are heavier than the ping pong balls. So you can shake the rocks to the bottom then tilt the container into another container. Or, after the shaking, you can use compressed air to remove the balls. Another approach would be to dump the bowl into an acceptable strainer, assuming the balls are larger than the rocks.
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What is the main difference between a heterogeneous catalyst and a homogeneous catalyst?
Difference between catalyst and biological catalyst?