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Catalysts and Catalytic processes

A catalyst is a substance that can be added to a reaction to speed up the process without being consumed by it. Catalysts usually work by lowering the activation energy or modifying the mechanism of a process. They usually work by reducing the energy of the transition state, lowering the activation energy, and/or altering the reaction process. The nature (and energy) of the transition state is likewise altered.

In the chemical and related sectors, catalytic reactions are ubiquitous. A homogeneous or heterogeneous catalyst that provides a different reaction route with lower activation energy and greater selectivity control can have a significant impact on process viability and economics.

  • Light-harvesting catalysts
  • Homogeneous catalysis, Molecular catalysis
  • Integrated catalysis
  • Computational catalysis and Enantioselective catalysis
  • Highly efficient Palladium catalyst
  • Hybrid and composite catalysts
  • Solid chiral catalysts
  • Thin film and membrane catalysts
  • Magnetically separable catalysts

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