homogeneous catalyst


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homogeneous catalyst

A catalyst that exists in the same phase as the chemicals it influences and the reactions it produces. See: phase
See also: catalyst
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Major disadvantages of these homogeneous catalysts are the lack of morphology control and reactor fouling.
The use of a heterogeneous catalyst distinguishes CD from reactive distillation where a homogeneous catalyst is used.
To achieve this, HOMOGENEOUS catalysts are supported on membranes.
EPDM rubber is commercially produced using homogeneous catalysts, viz.
Homogeneous catalysts are also growing in popularity owing to their unique features such as selectivity, high activity and varied application.
Alternatively, to overcome these operational challenges, the use of homogeneous catalysts has been investigated for in situ upgrading of heavy oil.
Biodiesel (methyl ester, ME) produced by transesterification process using homogeneous catalysts requires to be purified by removing impurities and by product (glycerol) via water washing process.