Educator Guide: Built for Speed
About this guide
The article “Built for speed” discusses how catalysts make a wide range of chemical reactions possible, and how scientists are developing improved catalysts that would be less expensive, more efficient or have other advantages. Students can focus on details in the article, follow connections to earlier articles about catalysts, explore cross-curricular connections to other major science topics and conduct their own experiments to demonstrate the ability of catalysts.
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