Catalysis is an important part of chemical transformations and is used in a wide range of chemical processes, from academic research in laboratories to industrial applications. Catalysis has an indirect impact on the environment by boosting the efficiency of industrial processes, but it also has a direct impact. By utilising catalytic reagents, one can lower the temperature of a transformation, reduce reagent waste, and improve reaction selectivity, potentially avoiding undesirable side reactions, resulting in a green technology. Medicines, fine chemicals, polymers, fibres, fuels, paints, lubricants, and a slew of other value-added products essential to humans would be impossible to produce without a catalyst. Catalysis contributes to the method through which chemical transformations occur, allowing for the commercial production of desired materials.