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  • n. Plural form of catalyser.

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Examples

  • There are also the catalysers of which we have spoken, with many problems associated with them, and throwing a possible and unexpected light on the vexed question of Vitalism and the Conservation of Energy.

    Science and Morals and Other Essays

  • Yet, in his own words, it is a "_powerful little chemical laboratory_," well stocked with catalysers and other potent means for carrying on its work.

    Science and Morals and Other Essays

  • Enlarged bi-turbo chargers, the map optimisation of the control electronics as well as the sports manifold and the sports catalysers significantly increase the performance of the Rolls Royce.

    Autoblog

  • The most significant component for the performance enhancement and responsible for the dynamic and earthy sound of the TYCOON EVO M is the stainless steel high performance exhaust system with metal catalysers.

    Autoblog

  • Exhaust catalysers such as these use 12-18g of platinum-group metals each.

    Motoring

  • In order to oxidise hydrocarbons in an energy-efficient manner at low reaction temperatures of nearly 500C, catalysers are installed downstream from the heating chamber.

    Manufacturingtalk - manufacturing industry news

  • This is what happens with catalysers in cars, for example, and also in the production of the majority of synthetic compounds.

    EurekAlert! - Breaking News

  • Exhaust: Stainless steel manifolds, metal sport catalysers, stainless exhaust system with flap control

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  • Thus a "primitive feeder," the bacterium _Nitrosomonas_, "for combustion ... takes in oxygen directly through the intermediate action of iron, phosphorus or manganese, each of the single cells being a powerful little chemical laboratory which contains oxidising catalysers, the activity of which is accelerated by the presence of iron and manganese.

    Science and Morals and Other Essays

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