catalyser

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catalyser

(1) Enzyme. 
(2) Catalyst.
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All of these conditions are very good catalysers for French people to come to Egypt.
Electrocatalytic experiments were carried out firstly with carbon electrode and then TiO2/AC, WO3/TiO2/AC and V2O5/TiO2/AC, using the catalysers separately at different voltages (10, 15 and 20 V).
A 32.5% aqueous solution of pure urea (brand name AdBlue) is injected into the exhaust which, via chemical reduction aided by catalysers, converts nitrogen oxides into molecular nitrogen and water (SCR Selective Catalytic Reduction).
On the other side, the Energy area has as objectives the R+D+I of new devices for the generation and storing of energy, the development of new fully-controlled and automated processes for obtaining “clean fuels”, or the development of supports or last generation catalysers that increase the energetic efficiency of the processes, among others.
Though not as crucial to the story as the cardinal units, the catalysers are still essential in creating a narrative by connecting the cardinal units, enabling the movement of the story from one point to the next in a syntagmatic, chronological fashion (Barthes 93).
Emissions, meanwhile, have been sorted by the fitting of two header pipe catalysers and a third in the manifold.
Dioxin contamination often results from the use of chemicals like solvents, catalysers, pH regulators or filtering agents.
As requested, the machine has twin exhaust gas washers and catalysers.
The low exhaust gas values can be achieved without expensive particle filters or catalysers, says the company.
The most important applications are: rubber, ceramics and concrete, plastic and linoleum, pigments and coatings, cosmetics, medical and dental products, catalysers, desulfurisation, varistors fertilisers, animals feed and dietary supplements, as well as synthesis of chemical products.