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Reaction rate depends on how many molecules come into contact with each other with enough energy to react. How would you increase the number of molecules that come in contact with each other in a reaction between gases? A. increase volume B. increase pressure C. decrease pressure D. decrease temperature
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To increase the number of molecules that come in contact with each other in a reaction between gases, you would: increase the pressure.
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