Sally completes an experiment in her classroom in which she speeds up a chemical reaction. Why is the substance that speeds up the reaction labeled a catalyst but not an enzyme?

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She labels it as a catalyst and not an enzyme because an enzyme is basically a bio catalyst...enzyme is a catalyst that is named only for those catalysts that work on living protoplasm...catalyst can speed up any reaction but enzyme only reactions inside a living cell.

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