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What is induced catalyst?

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Induced catalyst: When a chemical reaction increases the rate of another chemical reaction, it is called induced catalysis. 

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Sodium arsenite solution is not oxidised by air. but when air is passed through a mixture of the solution of sodium arsenite and sodium sulphite, simultaneous oxidation of both takes place. Thus the oxidation of sodium arsenite is induced by oxidation of sodium sulphite.

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