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Just to be clear, is the reaction profile is just a diagram that shows and x axis (potential energy) and y axis (progress of a reaction) with reactants, products, and activation energy? Is there anything else that needs to be know specifically for the reaction profile besides that they can be endothermic and exothermic?
The x axis is reaction progression and y axis is potential energy (organic chemists use ∆G). It's probably good to know how to find ∆G using the reaction profile in addition to the activation energy and to be able to compare a catalyzed reaction profile vs. a non-catalyzed one.
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