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A reaction is most likely to occur when reactant particles collide with (1) proper energy, only (2) proper orientation, only (3) both proper energy and proper orientation (4) neither proper energy nor proper orientation

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A reaction is most likely to occur when reactant particles collide with (1) proper energy, only (2) proper orientation, only (3) both proper energy and proper orientation (4) neither proper energy nor proper orientation

A reaction is most likely to occur when reactant particles collide with (1) proper energy, only (2) proper orientation, only (3) both proper energy and proper orientation (4) neither proper energy nor proper orientation

Answer

A reaction is most likely to occur when reactant particles collide with proper energy ONLY.
Or with sufficient energy.

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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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