immobilized catalyst

immobilized catalyst

[i¦mō·bə‚līzd ′kad·ə‚list]
(chemistry)
A molecular catalyst that is bound without substantial change in its structure to an insoluble solid to prevent solution of the catalyst in the contacting liquid. Also known as anchored catalyst.
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Chemists here describe palladium-mediated solid-phase organic synthesis, immobilized catalysts and ligands, and palladium-mediated multifunctional cleavage.
H- Cube was recognized as one of the 100 most technologically significant and innovative new products of 2005 by R&D Magazine The new series of CatCarts(TM), ThalesNano's unique catalyst cartridge system for use in its flow reactors, filled with immobilized catalysts will enable scientists to carry out enantio-selective and stereo-selective catalytic hydrogenations while working with the H-Cube(TM).
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