Explain  with  the  help  of  example  INDUCED  CATALYST

Asked by pardeepkumar2281 | 31st Jul, 2018, 11:40: PM

Expert Answer:

When one reaction influences the rate of other reaction, which does not occur under ordinary conditions, then this phenomenon is induced catalysis.

Example:

Example:

Sodium sulphite solution oxidises in the air but sodium arsenite solution does not oxidise by passing air.

But when both solutions are mixed and the air is passed through the solution, then both the substances get oxidised.

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Na subscript 2 AsO subscript 3 space rightwards arrow with Air on top space No space reaction

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Answered by Varsha | 1st Aug, 2018, 11:14: AM