Heterogeneous catalyst goes enzymatic

What if there were no tunnels in the Swiss Alps? Anyone trying to travel through them would have to go up and down hills and zigzag around the ranges. A lot more energy and time is saved to pass through a tunnel than to climb a mountain. This is similar to how catalysts work: they speed up the chemical reactions by lowering the energy required to reach the desired physical state. In industrial manufacturing processes, heterogeneous catalysis, which typically involves the use of solid catalysts placed in a liquid or gas reaction mixture, finds many potential applications. Being in a different phase, heterogeneous catalysts can be easily separated from a reaction mixture. In this way, the catalysts can be effectively recovered and recycled, being quite eco-friendly. In addition, they exhibits very stable activity even under harsh reaction conditions. Despite such advantages, heterogeneous catalysis have been considered to allow for less interaction and controllability than homogeneous catalysis due to little un

Heterogeneous catalyst goes enzymatic

What if there were no tunnels in the Swiss Alps? Anyone trying to travel through them would have to go up and down hills and zigzag around the ranges. A lot more energy and time is saved by ...

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