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The activation energy of an uncatalyzed reaction is Ea^1 = 92 kJ/mol, with a catalyst present it decreases to Ea^2 = 70 kJ/mol. Compute the factor by that the catalyst speeds up the reaction at 306 K:
(If the catalyzed reaction were two times faster, the factor would be 2.)

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