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catalyze

 [kat´ah-līz]
to cause or produce catalysis.
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cat·a·lyze

(kat'ă-līz),
To act as a catalyst.
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cat·a·lyze

(kat'ă-līz)
To act as a catalyst.
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Umemoto et al., "Photoresist removal using atomic hydrogen generated by hot-wire catalyzer and effects on Si-wafer surface," Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, vol.
BS I V, which is the regulation expected to be applied in the next phase, can be met by enlarging the size of the catalyzer from [phi]33xL60 to [phi]33xL75.
The measurement locations express the distance downstream from the reference position 30 mm from the inlet of the close-coupled catalyzer substrate.
The new Dual Injector system also uses half the amount of rare metals in the catalyzer while maintaining the efficiency of the catalytic conversion system.
It also features tramming lights, illuminated platform stairs, silencer, catalyzer, fire extinguisher, horn, beacon warning lamp and reverse alarm.
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Diesel, 6 cylinders, catalyzer. Front axis capacity of 12,000 pounds and back of 23,000 pounds.
Eberspacher was also experimenting with exhaust gases to try and get the catalyzer to heat up and begin operating earlier.
Systems feature Unison precision catalyst slave pump or optional C-400-N catalyzer. Both infinitely variable and totally linear in delivery, with no lead or lag.
EnviroFuels, LP recently announced that its diesel fuel catalyzer (DFC), a chemical compound for diesel engine fuel designed to reduce air pollution and improve fuel economy, has completed testing and received verification from the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Environmental Technology Verification Program.