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    Middle School Chemistry: Chemical Reactions @ Education Possible When we hear the term, chemical reaction, we usually think of something exploding, don't we? But not all reactions are that noticeable. We're actually surrounded by chemical reactions every day, like rust, a match lighting, yeast in bread, and silver tarnishing. This is an extremely popular experiment, that seems quite simple, but when you add in some scientific questions, it makes it perfect for a middle school science lesson.

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    The Rate-Limiting Step: In this video Paul Andersen explains why the slowest elementary step in a chemical reaction is the rate-limiting step. This step can be used to determine the overall rate law of the chemical reaction.

    Catalysts: Paul Andersen explains how catalysts can speed up a reaction without being consumed in the reaction. Catalysts can lower the activation energy of reaction be stabilizing the transition state. They can also create new reaction pathways with new reaction intermediates that lower the overall activation energy.

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