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Living Cationic Isomerization Polymerization of -Pinene. 2.
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Departments of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering and Thermo
THE PRODUCTION OF OLEOCHEMICALS
Used in :
Soap & detergents
Food & Feed additives
Vegetable oils :
A catalyst is a substance that increases the rate of a
reaction without itself being consumed or changed
A catalyst increases the rate of the reaction by lowering
the G of the reaction
A catalyst can decrease G of the reaction by one of
Acids and Bases: pH and pKa
Acid-Base reactions are some of the most common in
They are very important in biochemistry and medicine.
They are sometimes called Proton Transfer Reactions.
Acidity depends on medium.
Physical Organic Chemistry
proposal of a hypothesis
conduct experiments to test this hypothesis
the trait of refutability is what distinguishes a good scientific