For a chemical reaction it is usually found that the reaction rate is faster at higher temperature. The rate increases because:
(a) the concentrations of reactants increase
(b) more reactants collide with energy equal to or greater than the activation energy
(c) the concentrations of products increase
(d) the volume expands and there is more room for new compounds (products) to form

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I think the answer is b. more reactants collide with energy equal to or greater than the activation energy....

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