Catalyst definition

Catalyst means a substance whose presence enhances the reaction between chemical compounds.
Catalyst means a substance added to a chemical reaction, which facilitates or causes the reaction, and is not consumed by the reaction.

Examples of Catalyst in a sentence

  • Reports on the progress report measures for each of their activities as listed in the Catalyst web-based application system or other agreed upon reporting system.

More Definitions of Catalyst

Catalyst means the Affordable Housing Catalyst Program as described in Section 420.531, F.S.
Catalyst is a means any substance added to the resin to initiate polymerization.
Catalyst means Catalyst Midstream Partners, LLC. “CDM” means Cotton Draw Midstream, L.L.C.
Catalyst means The Catalyst Capital Group Inc. or any funds managed or administered by it or its affiliates.
Catalyst means a component that typically consists of precious metals and/or alloys, which help to initiate and maintain the electrochemical reaction of fuel and oxidant that is needed to generate electricity in a PEMFC.
Catalyst means Catalyst Paper Corporation, a Canadian corporation with its headquarters in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada, its successors and assigns, and its subsidiaries, divisions, groups, affiliates, partnerships and joint ventures, and their directors, officers, managers, agents, and employees.
Catalyst means a substance that increases the rate of a chemical reaction without itself undergoing any permanent chemical change.