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Catalysis for Chemical Synthesis

"Catalysis" refers to the process of introducing a catalyst to accelerate a reaction. A catalyst is a substance that lowers the activation energy of the chemical reaction but is not consumed by it. A chemical reaction is required for both a reactant and a product in a catalyst. There are two types of catalysis: homogenous, in which all of the components are dispersed in the same phase as the reactant, and heterogenous, in which none of the components are in the same phase as the reactant.

Related Tags: Catalysis 2023 | Photoredox Catalysis | Biocatalysis Conferences | International Symposium on Homogeneous Catalysis | Heterogeneous Catalysis Conferences | Chemical Engineering 2023 | CatChem 2023
Related Associations: American Chemical Society | American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) | Asian-Pacific Confederation of Chemical Engineering | European Federation of Chemical Engineering | Royal Society of Chemistry | Institution of Chemical Engineers


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