homogeneous catalysis

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homogeneous catalysis

[‚hä·mə′jē·nē·əs kə′tal·ə·səs]
(chemistry)
Catalysis occurring within a single phase, usually a gas or liquid.
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The step change in homogenous catalysis which this proposal seeks to bring about is to open up catalytic bond modification processes based on redox chemistry (oxidative addition/reductive elimination) to Main Group metals.
The first hard-earned award of the evening was presented to DSM Pharmaceutical Products for their project, "Achieving Substantial Carbon Dioxide Footprint Reduction for the Scale-Up of a Drug Intermediate: An Application of Organic Process Development, Biocatalysis and Homogenous Catalysis.
Andre de Vries, Competence Manager for Homogenous Catalysis at DSM, explained: "This project involved scientists covering all relevant areas of organic process development, including biocatalysis and homogenous catalysis.
from Cambridge University and is currently working with DSM Fine Chemicals as a Competency Manager for homogenous catalysis.
Professor Mike Green, of Sasol, added: "Competency levels in homogenous catalysis in South Africa are not meeting the requirements of Sasol.
His patents include work on development of water treatment chemicals, cationic polymers, homogenous catalysis, concrete admixtures, cement additives and fireproofing and waterproofing materials.
The Specialty Chemicals group will be focusing on their Grignard reagents used as homogenous catalysis and coupling chemistry.