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catalyze

 [kat´ah-līz]
to cause or produce catalysis.

cat·a·lyze

(kat'ă-līz),
To act as a catalyst.

catalyze

See catalysis.

cat·a·lyze

(kat'ă-līz)
To act as a catalyst.

catalyze

to cause or produce catalysis.
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Chojnowoski and Chrzczonowicz found that secondary and tertiary amines (piperidine, triethyl- amine, tri-nbutylamine) catalyzed the condensation of a series of dialkyl- or diarylsilanediols in aqueous dioxane.
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The kinetic parameters of pure and catalyzed ammonium perchlorate have been calculated using non isothermal approach based on Kissinger method.
Optimisation of base catalyzed transesterfication reaction of used cooking oil.
To explore the roles of SULT2A1 catalyzed sulfation in human steroid-associated cancer development, we quantitatively assessed the expression pattern of hydroxysteroid sulfotransferase SULT2A1 in a pair of human steroid hormone-associated prostate cell lines, PZ-HPV-7 and CA-HPV-10, using quantitative real-time PCR techniques.
Sand Characteristics--In the phenolic urethane coldbox process, the reaction rate between the part 1 and part 2 is dramatically increased, of catalyzed, by the part 3 amine (which is a base).
This research investigates the anthraquinone (AQ) catalyzed chemithermomechanical pulping (CTMP) of aspen wood by using an interstage sulfonation process and compares the quality of pulp with that of black spruce thermomechanical pulp (TMP).
Bryan, Prodomain Mutations at the Subtilisin Interface: Correlation of Binding Energy and the Rate of Catalyzed Folding, Biochemistry 34(47), 15415-15420 (1995).
The privately held company is applying its Enzyme Catalyzed Therapeutic Activation (ECTA) technology to develop a new generation of pharmaceuticals that transform drug resistance into therapeutic advantage.
Kauffman's big idea is to show that this intuition is wrong, that a) if you have enough random catalyzed reactions in a set of chemicals, you get catalytic closure, b) the ratio of reactions to molecule types increases as the number of molecule types increases, and therefore c) if you gather up enough different chemicals, and each has a very small random chance of catalyzing any given reaction, then you are guaranteed to generate a collectively autocatalytic system.
The final section explores the oxidation of alcohols and amines to carbonyl compounds and imines catalyzed by well-defined transition metal complexes bearing bidentate and miscellaneous chelating ligands, recent progress in reducing polar carbon-heteroatom unsaturated bonds, and carbon-carbon bond-forming reactions via hydrogen transfer.
2005) Transition metal catalyzed direct borylation and silylation based on C-H activation.