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Synonyms for catalysis

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

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An industrial catalytic converter is made of two columns, ceramic and metallic, and both the columns have a catalyst coating.
Based on geographical segmentation, Technavio market researchers categorize the global two-wheeler catalytic converter market into the following key regions: the Americas, APAC, and EMEA.
Automotive catalytic converters are considered as one of the vital automotive components in automobiles.
Chemists explore the potential of alkynes in organic reactions that are catalytic in nature rather than consuming stoichiometric reagents, occur under ambient conditions, can tolerate various functional groups, and render "dial-up" reactivity when needed.
Keywords: coal slime; pyrolysis; hydrogen making; catalytic activity; supported catalyst; catalyst.
Meanwhile in Santa Clarita, two men and two women were arrested Friday on suspicion of stealing catalytic converters in the area, which has seen about 15 catalytic-converter thefts since March 1, authorities said.
In the northern and eastern areas of the United States and in Canada, winter months can be slow for those accumulating catalytic converters.
APPLICATION: Catalytic incineration is a feasible technology for removing volatile organic compounds and malodorous sulfur-containing emissions at low operating temperatures.
In the absence of lead, the catalytic DNA doesn't break up the longer DNA, and the bound nanoparticles aggregate into a structure that appears blue.
It brings Wescast into another product line with the addition of the catalytic converter container and takes us a step further in our hot end system strategy.
Amrad Operations Pty Ltd (Australia) has patented catalytic antibodies and, more particularly, to a method of producing same predicated in part on the exploitation of the products of catalysis to induce B cell mitogenesis.
A less expensive route to zoned gas heating is to create zones within one catalytic heater element, says American Catalytic Technologies, Branford, Conn.
Catalytic combustors (spinoffs of automobile catalytic converter technology are probably the biggest news in "Defending Your Dogwoods" below).
com/research/3539b6/global_refinery_fl) has announced the addition of GlobalData 's new report "Global Refinery Fluid Catalytic Cracking Units to 2015: Investment Opportunities, Analysis and Forecasts of All Active and Planned Fluid Catalytic Cracking Units" to their offering.