I think I could use a nice label for this reaction energy diagram. A catalyzed reaction is one that requires a catalyst. An uncatalyzed reaction is one that doesn’t.
Catalyzed reactions are those where the reaction actually happens and no other input is required.
Catalyzed reactions are those where you need a catalyst to catalyze the reaction. An example of a catalyst is a piece of metal that sits between two molecules in the reaction. When some energy is transferred from one molecule to the other it causes that chemical reaction to happen. For a chemical reaction to happen, you need a catalyst to transfer the energy.
The first step is to know if you are prepared to create a catalyst. The second step is to find the best catalyst possible. A catalyst is a solid state material that is more than likely to work at all but not quite as well as the metal. So a catalyst is a solid state material that will not easily break down but still work at all but not quite as well as the metal.
So the question is, which catalyst is the best? Or, which catalyst is the best for which reaction? The easiest way to address that is to look at the reaction energy diagram. The energy diagram shows the energy needed to create or destroy a catalyst. You can look at this in your lab setting, or you can look at it in your garage, or you can look at it in your kitchen, or anywhere but your garage.
What we need to understand here is that the more energy you have for a reaction, the greater the potential for success. So in the case of the catalyst, the more energy you have for a reaction, the better that reaction will work. The catalyst is your best friend, your best friend is iron. Iron can work wonders at any temperature. Iron also can dissolve any material. But don’t take my word for it. Take a look at this or that energy diagram.
In the case of the uncatalyzed reaction, the more energy you have, the more energy you can save for the reaction. The catalyst is the element of life, zinc. Zinc is the fourth element in the periodic table. It is the element that enables life to occur. But once life has been initiated, we are left with a great deal of energy.
The reactions that take place in a catalyst are also catalyzed. So, the energy diagram for the uncatalyzed reaction is very similar to the energy diagram for a catalyst, but the heat of the catalyst is used to heat up the catalyst. In the case of the catalyst, the heat is used to “activate” the reaction. (In this case, the heat of the catalyst does not need to be hot; it can be as cold as the catalyst itself.
The only thing that can be done in a catalyst that has no heat is to heat it up. That’s the goal of the new title. So, the goal is to get rid of the catalyst and then to put it back in its place.
In the catalyst case, the reaction heat is used to increase the temperature of the catalyst. In the uncatalyzed case, a chemical reaction is a process that takes place when heat is applied to the reactants. The heat is used to activate the reaction.