catalyst carrier

catalyst carrier

[′kad·əl·əst ‚kar·ē·ər]
(chemistry)
A neutral material used to support a catalyst, such as activated carbon, diatomaceous earth, or activated alumina.
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From the spectrogram, we can see it appeared a clear diffraction peaks of Ag, but when reducion time increased to 5hour, because of too long reduction time, it led to active component disperse more uniform on the surface of catalyst carrier [9,10], the crystal changed small, leading to the diffraction peak change small when it comes to XRD analysis.
20), (21) developed a gas-phase short-stop technique to study fragmentation of the catalyst carrier, nascent particle morphology, and reaction kinetics in gas-phase polymerization of olefins performed with heterogeneous catalysts.
20), (22) to study fragmentation of catalyst carrier, nascent polymer particle morphology, and reaction kinetics in gas-phase polymerization of olefins on supported catalysts, and the reader is encouraged to read the reference for detailed information.
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Data about trade by product show that the most exported goods were catalyst carriers with precious metals or precious metal compounds, ignition conductor sets for vehicles, airplanes and ships, ferro-nickel and apparel.
White mineral oils in a range of viscosities used as plasticizers, internal lubricants, catalyst carriers, mold-release agents, extender oils and dispersing agents.
The most exported goods were catalyst carriers with precious metals or their compounds, ignition conductor sets for vehicles, airplanes and ships, ferro-nickel, and products of iron and steel (rolled products).
Also can be used as internal lubricants, dispersing agents, catalyst carriers, and mold releases.
We have produced materials for energy storage applications, catalysts and catalyst carriers, materials discovery and synthesis, as well as nanocompositions of glass materials for optical and electronic applications," explained Tim Jenks the firm's chief executive officer.
White mineral oils in a wide range of viscosities are used as plasticizers, internal lubricants, catalyst carriers, mold-release agents, extender oils and dispersing agents.
Products may also be used as external and internal lubricants, catalyst carriers, pigment dispersing agents and mold-release agents in PVC, PP, PS, PE, vinyl acetate and PVC foam.