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cat·a·lyt·ic

(kat'ă-lit'ik),
Relating to or effecting catalysis.

cat·a·lyt·ic

(kat'ă-lit'ik)
Relating to or effecting catalysis.

catalysis

(kă-tăl′ĭ-sĭs) [Gr. katalysis, dissolution]
The speeding of a chemical reaction by a catalyst.
catalytic (kăt-ă-lĭt′ĭk), adjective
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These make it possible, for example, to coat the porous inner walls of the monolith specifically with the catalytically active material.
After sulfur is detected, the gas stream flows through a heated oxidation furnace to catalytically oxidize carbon monoxide to carbon dioxide and convert some of the sulfur dioxide to sulfur trioxide.
The catalytically prepared solution was expected to produce an amount of DHAA approximately equivalent to the amount present in the solution prepared from the commercial DHAA; thus the two solutions would be expected to have similar antiviral potency.
Engineering mice with catalytically inactive Ago2, the team has now found that mice give birth to progeny that die a few hours after birth, showing symptoms of anemia.
The severity of the sentences is a way and a measure to act oppressively and catalytically, and to give society and every aspiring offender the appropriate messages," Solomonides said.
where it acts catalytically on PKN3 mRNA via the gene silencing mechanism.
But it's worth pausing to reflect on the catalytically central role that Kilkenny has played in the realization of the $227 million arena project.
After any impurities are removed from this syngas, it can be catalytically converted into a range of different chemicals and fuels, including methanol, hydrogen and a synthetic version of diesel.
The patented silver nano-particulate solution is the first and only one proven to eliminate odors catalytically, rather than chemically, a process that makes SilverScent more efficient and safe.
Phosphorous ligands (or P-ligands) occupy a unique position in asymmetric catalysis because their special ligating properties help them form stable complexes with those metals that are catalytically active in several pivotal chemical transformations.
It is also a good feedstock for some advanced gasifiers to produce synthesis gas, which can be fired in turbines to generate power in IGCC plants and catalytically reacted to yield transportation fuels, petrochemicals and fertilizers.
Some post activators perform their function by oxidizing the stannous tin layer that surrounds the palladium to stannic tin, creating a more catalytically active particle.