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Catalysis and Applications

Catalysis and Applications

Catalysis is the addition of a catalyst to a chemical reaction to speed up the rate of the reaction. The catalyst is not consumed during the reaction, but it does allow for the production of more favoured products at a faster rate and under more favourable conditions. The use of catalysts is critical in all aspects of modern life, and catalysis has a significant economic influence, accounting for 30–40 percent of world GDP. Catalysis is believed to be used in 85 percent of all manufactured items at some point during the manufacturing process. Catalysis is critical for the creation of a sustainable world, and it is a crucial technology in accomplishing sustainability goals across a wide range of industries, goods, and processes. Catalysis is used in the refinement of petroleum, the creation of synthetic fibres and plastics, the synthesis of a wide range of chemicals for various applications, the processing of foods, and the development of medications and pharmaceuticals. Catalysis aids in the reduction of air pollution, the development of new ecologically friendly technology, and the search for new energy sources.

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