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Question

The minimum amount of energy required for effective collisions between reacting particles is known as

Options

A) Activation energy

B) Bond energy

C) Kinetic energy

D) Potential energy

Explanation:

When reactant particles collide, they must posses a minimum amount of energy for effective collisions to take place. This minimum energy is called activation energy, and it is the energy possessed by reactant particles for products to be formed.

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  • When reactant particles collide, they must posses a minimum amount of energy for effective collisions to take place. This minimum energy is called activation energy, and it is the energy possessed by reactant particles for products to be formed.