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acceleration of a chemical reaction induced the presence of material that is chemically unchanged at the end of the reaction

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Key words: empowerment, catalytic agent, patriarchy.
As a catalytic agent, governments are able to stimulate entrepreneurship and enterprise development among private-sector firms.
It is a disturbance generated by one catalytic agent, the electorate, among several.
Leslie McLemore has an article from his book on Fannie Lou Hamer, whom he sees as a catalytic agent for social change - a very important woman.
By taking a leadership role in the organisation of this event in cooperation with Bourse Africa Limited with the support of Botswana Investment and Trade Centre (BITC), the African Development Bank is playing its role as a catalytic agent at the heart of Africa s capital and financial markets, incubating and disseminating best practices and innovative ideas across the continent.
said Wednesday it has developed a technology using an acid catalytic agent to eliminate nitrogen oxide emissions from diesel engines.
Rajam then presents the catalytic agent of the novel, Ratna.
The scientists also note that this amorphous iron worked better than crystalline iron powder as a catalytic agent in converting carbon monoxide and hydrogen to hydrocarbons.
All the trade shows, which have been organized were not only to lure the visitors but to ensure that it acted as a catalytic agent to promote business.
Researchers at Mitsubishi Kasei Institute of Life Sciences in Tokyo and Tohoku University in Sendai identified the catalytic agent as 5-hydroxycytidine, a modified form of one of the four basic nucleoside building blocks making up every RNA chain.
PPP model could be effectively deployed to attract investments in infrastructure to improve roads, the power sector, ports, communication; and infrastructure development itself would act as a catalytic agent to the industrial development," added Mukherjee.