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catalyser

(1) Enzyme. 
(2) Catalyst.
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These views were shared by a gathering of regional industry experts at the 'LBS Catalyzers Series' event held in collaboration with its official government partner, Dubai SME, the agency of Dubai Economy mandated to develop the SME sector, at the Shangri-La Hotel in Dubai.
The free radicals were formed using two different methods: Thermal by heating the system at 60[degrees] C and redox pair at 30[degrees]C by adding TEMED or BisNa catalyzers, depending on whether the initiator was water or oil-soluble, respectively.
They are integral components of the structure of ferments--biological catalyzers needed by the organism--and affect the quality of functions exercised by them [9].
2] nanoparticles are widely used in many fields such as electrical equipment, cosmetics, catalyzers, ceramics, and pigments.
This fact dismisses the environmental advantages that nanoparticles have when used as catalyzers for the combustion reaction.
Traumatic experiences become necessary artistic catalyzers, further requiring the contractive forces of imagination, with their epistemological aspects, merging tendencies of the experiential and a need for symbolic order (to be met by metaphor), as pointed out in Lacanian theories--in other words, imagination is a way of knowing the world by experiencing it as well as by substituting it, for instance in metaphors, which allow a flow of meanings between consciousness and the unconscious.
Then there is the question of fitting diesel oxidation catalyzers (DOCs), which although their main aim is to convert gaseous contaminants such as carbon monoxide and PAHs to water vapor and C[O.
Jutta Wimmler, in "Material Exchange as Cultural Exchange: The example of West African products in late 17th and early 18th Century France", argues that Atlantic products such as ostrich feathers or gum arabic were key to the rise of consumer culture in Europe, not only because the shipping of ostrich feathers from West Africa made it possible for plumes to become fashionable in hats, but because African-Atlantic products were catalyzers to global growth in markets for already-existing types of products.
8 percent in the first half of 2014 is mostly result of the sold catalyzers, electronic products, automobile components and even buses.
The full degradation of the current political elite in Bulgaria, obviously, cannot be overcome only with protest rallies and marches in the capital, thus the regional Podkrepa structures commit to become coordinators and catalyzers of the public discontent outside Sofia, the declaration concludes.
Regardless of the area: economics, technology, business, or engineering, innovators are the catalyzers who put all knowledge into making our world better.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) and the World Bank (WB) both have large presence in Africa as financiers, advisors and catalyzers of development across all economic and social sectors.