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Adam's catalyst

[′a·dəmz ′kad·əl·əst]
(chemical engineering)
Finely divided plantinum(IV) oxide, made by fusing hexachloroplatinic(IV) acid with NaNO3.
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Catalytic hydrogenation of the azido groups using Adams' catalyst [9] under atmospheric pressure with simultaneous cyclization afforded bimorpholine 1 in satisfactory overall yield (44%).