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This tag is appropriate for reactions, their mechanisms, their kinetics, when catalysts of any kind are involved.

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$\ce{Pd}$ can dissociate $\ce{H2}$ because the resulting $\ce{Pd-H}$ bonds are more stable than the starting $\ce{H2}$. But the reason why $\ce{Pd}$ is so good at dissociating $\ce{H2}$ is related to …
answered Jan 30 '13 by Guillaume