catalyst selectivity

catalyst selectivity

[′kad·əl·əst sə‚lek′tiv·əd·ē]
(chemistry)
The relative activity of a catalyst in reference to a particular compound in a mixture.
The relative rate of a single reactant in competing reactions.
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Its partner will help Novomer prove its technology and confirm that the lab-scale catalyst selectivity of 99+% is achievable on a large scale, as well as demonstrate that the homogeneous catalyst can be effectively recycled.