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Synonyms for catalyze

change by catalysis or cause to catalyze

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The free radicals were formed using two different methods: Thermal by heating the system at 60[degrees] C and redox pair at 30[degrees]C by adding TEMED or BisNa catalyzers, depending on whether the initiator was water or oil-soluble, respectively.
However, 5 mm spacing cannot be achieved without creating a new structure of catalyzer cover as a conventional cover has welding spots on its inside.
The supernatural here is presented as an invader, something of the past, and as the catalyzer of sectarianism in India, again revealing Saleem's prejudice against the supernatural and his confusion about the fact that he is also magical.
In order to maintain a high level of competitiveness, the companies in Romania should make investments (including external sources) to achieve the current standards on the European markets and this will lead to the increase of the financial leverage and implicitly of the financial constraints, factor which represented, according to the studies on the non-financial companies, one of the catalyzer of using derivative financial products.
Over time, culture was used as a catalyzer in the programs of revitalization and regeneration social-economic.
The links forming as the result of its activity, which may be both--the basis of the interaction and the catalyzer of the interaction between the market participants, provide the domination of the effect of interaction of the market participants over the amount of effects of their autonomous activity.
Tolentino said pilot operations of the ferry service is temporary and will serve as catalyzer for other private companies to revive their ferry system.
Exhaust gases exit through a 4-into-2-into-1 catalyzer equipped exhaust located on the right side.
Journalism can be the catalyzer for modern development, but could be the opposite as well," said the President.
In Making Sense of Change Management: A Complete Guide to the Models, Tools and Techniques of Organizational Change, authors Esther Cameron and Mike Green list five change roles a leader can play: edgy catalyzer, visionary motivator, measured connector, tenacious implementer and thoughtful architect.
cut down the trees in Gezi Park and became a catalyzer to express the discontent with the recent policy of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip
The photocatalytic degradation of methanol at room temperature by catalyzer of nano- TiO2 was studied recent years [6-13], However, the studies on the mechanism of the reaction process are less, the reports of quantum chemical calculations from molecular level is so few.
In the course of its seven-year existence, MAPC served as a catalyzer for progress in the field of agent-oriented programming.
Using a small amount of another type of metal oxide as a catalyzer or changing the formation of Sn[O.