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- Activation energies Ea(X→Y) or 'Ea(Y→X)' need to be supplied to initiate the reactions X→Y or Y→X, respectively. When the catalyst is added, the activation energy decreases. However the Enthalpy change, ΔH (Thermodynamic factor) between X and Y remain constant. The image is created by me.
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|current||04:04, November 6, 2007||929 × 743 (21 KB)||PhloxBot||== Summary == Illustration of change in activation energy caused by a catalyst. Made by me in Inkscape by tracing the original image by Vinay.bhat, who holds the copyright but has released all rights. Description of o|