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catalyst

noun abettor, activator, active element, accive partisan, active reformer, actuator, agacerie, agent provocateur, agitator, animator, catalytic agent, cause, encourager, excitant, exciter, ferment, force, goad, impeller, impetus, impulse, incentive, incitation, inducement, inspiration, inspirer, instigator, modifying cause, motivating force, motivation, mover, moving spirit, planner, popular ringleader, power, prompter, provocateur, provocation, provocative, spur, stimulant, stimulator, strategist, suggester
See also: stimulus
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As a result of the Catalyst Offer, shareholders will receive immediate liquidity at a premium to the current trading price of the common shares and at a significant premium to the Insider Buyout Proposal.
Finally, the samples were soaked with (0.5 M, 1.0 M or 1.5 M) (NH4)2SO4 (H2SO4) solution (15 mL*g-1 catalyst) for 24 h, filtered, dried and calcined at 500 AoC for 3 h.
Core samples of 2.54-cm diameter x 7.62-cm length were taken from a full size monolith catalyst and hydrothermal aged in a tubular furnace.
Every catalyst and catalyst support comes with customised quality controls, which are frequently negotiated in detail.
BASF Catalysts president Kenneth Lane said in a release that, with the divestiture, BASF "will continue to sharpen [its] focus on key growth areas" such as chemical and refinery catalysts.
ART is primarily engaged in catalyst technology research, development, production and catalyst marketing.
Specifically, collected tritiated water is contacted with a catalyst that makes hydrogen isotope exchange between protium gas (normal hydrogen gas) and tritiated moisture possible, before being reduced in volume and enriched.
By contrast, the amount of products formed (i.e., THDBT and BP products (50%)) in the HDS of DBT using the monometallic Pd-MOCVD catalyst (Figure 6(b)) was the same as the amount produced in the first hour of the reaction.
It consists of a curing agent and a curing catalyst that drives the crosslinking reaction at a rate appropriate to the application.
"We were very pleased with the strong interest from our membership in joining a Catalyst Council," said Dianne Addington, president/CEO of the Plano, Texas-based corporate.
Despite that the deactivation of cobalt catalysts has been studied extensively, literature review reveals that mechanism of the deactivation of cobalt catalyst along the reactor has not been studied.