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can catalyst save money by lowering the cost of reactants?
They lower the activation energy, and thus the temperature required, and increase the rate of reaction, which might also lower costs. [ Starting enthalpy is unaffected, and the cost of reactants would only change if you changed the reactants themselves. ]
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User: can catalyst save money by lowering the cost of reactants?

Weegy: They lower the activation energy, and thus the temperature required, and increase the rate of reaction, which might also lower costs. [ Starting enthalpy is unaffected, and the cost of reactants would only change if you changed the reactants themselves. ]
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