[ UK /kætˈæləsˌɪs/ ]
  1. acceleration of a chemical reaction induced the presence of material that is chemically unchanged at the end of the reaction
    of the top 50 commodity chemicals, 30 are created directly by catalysis and another 6 are made from raw materials that are catalytically produced
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How To Use catalysis In A Sentence

  • The frequency shifts show an electron movement toward -phosphate, which probably contributes to catalysis by reducing the free activation energy.
  • The partial negative charge on the oxygen atom makes it susceptible to acid catalysis.
  • Our findings indicate that the putative active site nucleophile is not required for FDTS catalysis, and no alternative nucleophilic residues capable of serving this function can be identified. Naturejobs - All Jobs
  • There is gap corrosion between mainstream tube and branch tube, due to oxygen concentration-difference cell and self-catalysis of chlorine ions, which accelerates corrosion.
  • After nine very productive years at MSU where I started my work in olefin metathesis and a number of other areas of catalysis, I was offered Robert H. Grubbs - Autobiography
  • METHODS Using the nanometer photocatalysis technology clinically , to analyze the bacteriostatic effect of medical environment.
  • The regions of the monomer that move most during catalysis are shown in dark gray.
  • This investigation is exciting because it promises to provide fundamental scientific breakthroughs in chemical synthesis, self-assembly, electron and energy transfer processes, and photocatalysis.
  • In either case, the new structure represents an interesting and unique case of metal coordination in enzyme catalysis.
  • Warburg had shown that this yellow pigment is involved in catalysis of the oxidation of hexose-monophosphoric acid during yeast metabolism. Richard Kuhn and the Chemical Institute: Double Bonds and Biological Mechanisms
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