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Catalysis for Energy

Catalysis for Energy

A catalyst is a substance that speeds up or decreases the temperature or pressure required to start a chemical reaction without being consumed in the process. The addition of a catalyst to a reaction is known as catalysis. The realisation that chemical energy storage of renewable energy is critical for overcoming barriers to moving away from a fossil fuel-based economy necessitates new energy research tactics. As a result, catalysis is critical to present and future energy solutions, such as the ecologically friendly use of hydrocarbons, new energy sources (such as biomass and solar energy), and new energy systems that are more efficient (such as fuel cells).

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