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catalyst role in reactions
Catalysts acts like a mediator where chemicals can’t react by they themselves. (Amount of catalyst before and after reaction will be unaltered).
Any compound reacts to get noble stabilization. Depending on their oxidizing n reducing powers to attain stability. In real sense, depending upon their dominating power, most oxidizing n most reducing will react fastly comparatively as there is greater need for them.
When A & B has to react, the catalyst C goes and reacts with A (or B), C-A bond is formed, then this reacts with B., finally A-B bond is formed, C position is unaltered. … … … C has much ability to react with A than B., means C is reactive, has more reactive power (more need for bond!!!). If so, then A-C bond should be ultimate climax of the drama!!! Why C came back!!!