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Which of the following is NEVER true for the rate law of an elementary reaction step?
The rate law for the individual step is always directly related to the number of colliding reactant particles.
A catalyst applied to an individual step will always speed up the rate for the overall reaction.
The elementary steps always add to give the total net overall reaction.
The balanced chemical equation cannot be used to determine the overall rate order for the reaction.