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Relating to or effecting catalysis.


Relating to or effecting 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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On the other hand, with the evolution of technology, the automobile industry is shifting towards electric vehicles, which will act as a restraint for the global industrial catalytic converters market.
According to Siddharth Jaiswal, a lead analyst at Technavio, specializing in research on automotive components, The increasing household income and subsequent progress in economic activities in semi-rural and rural areas of China are likely to reflect positively on the adoption of gas-powered two-wheelers equipped with catalytic converters.
The automotive catalytic converter market, by type, is divided into three segments: two-way catalytic converter, three-way oxidation-reduction catalytic converter and diesel oxidation catalyst.
2, it can be seen that: the catalytic activity of Ag/-Al2O3 catalyst was in the order of 5% greater than 8% greater than 10%, it showed the adaptation relationship between diffraction peak intensity, so it can be speculated that the crystal Ag is the most important activity center to promote the pyrolysis of coal slime to produce hydrogen.
other catalytic assemblies, which are composed of some form of pellets, agglomerate with the system vibration and reduce total surface area and activity level.
Inside the suspect's car, deputies found four stolen catalytic converters, including the one that had just been reported stolen, Cambra said.
Most recyclers of catalytic converters are shrugging off the increased fuel costs.
Catalytic incineration was found to be feasible in the pilot experiments.
Catalytic stoves fall in between, but catalytic combustors must be replaced after about 12,000 hours of use at a cost of $50 to $100.
In a crime that often leaves victims scratching their heads, a rash of catalytic converter thefts has hit the Santa Clarita Valley.