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Which is the best definition of activation energy? the energy required to end a chemical reaction the energy required to bind a substrate to an active site the energy required to break the bonds of
reactant molecules the energy required to re-form bonds in product molecules
The energy required to break the bonds of reactant molecules is the best definition of activation energy.
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