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catalyser

(1) Enzyme. 
(2) Catalyst.
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Manufacturers are focusing on the use of efficient catalyzers to accelerate production while keeping waste generation to a minimum.
Food enzymes are complex ingredients, which act as catalyzers and are extensively used for increasing the diversity, variety, and quality during processing of food.
When it is thought that all of sentezed, catalyzers are typical "nonactive" electrocatalyst, at this "nonactive" metal oxide electrode (MOx) over granular activated carbon (GAC) surface, water molecules were easily decomposed to form strong oxidants, such as physisorbed *OH, MOx (*OH) which allow nonselective oxidation of organics and may result in complete oxidation of organic carbon to CO2.
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.
Technology - and especially the use of internet - opens new avenues for connectivity, and changes our social and political landscape in a way that creates new catalyzers of cooperation.
As much as one fourth of the total export of the Macedonian economy is done by the foreign investors that work in the country while the growth of the export of 17.8 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.