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Which statement best describes the amount of catalyst that remains at the end of a reaction? More catalyst is present at the end than at the beginning of the reaction. Less catalyst is present at the end than at the beginning of the reaction. The amount of catalyst is the same at the end as at the beginning of the reaction. The catalyst is consumed by the reaction, so none remains at the end of the reaction.

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longhornlova12

I am certain that the correct answer from the choices listed above is the third option. The amount of catalyst is the same at the end as at the beginning of the reaction. A catalyst is not consumed in a reaction and will never be used up. Its amount will stay the same at the start and the end. Hope this answers the question.

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