heterogeneous catalysis

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heterogeneous catalysis (plural heterogeneous catalyses)

  1. (chemistry) Catalysis in which the catalyst is present in a separate phase; normally the catalyst is a solid and the reactants are gas or liquid; it proceeds by the reaction of chemisorbed complexes.

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Last modified on 7 October 2013, at 23:50