catalyze

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  • Another is that such a program will catalyze the development of science and technology in China.
  • Therefore, they can eventually encounter the circumstances that can catalyze true knowledge.
  • This process happens within a matter of hours to days, but can be rapidly catalyzed.
  • Their programs and publications catalyze reflection and conversation about life's most important issues.
  • The rule changes catalyzed the team's transition from a power running game to more of an air attack.
  • This method is less frequently used in industry as are the metal-catalyzed reactions, described above.
  • This trade helped catalyze a return to winning records.
  • This owner-executive combination catalyzed into one of the most powerful duos in sports.
  • This catalyzed "the development of more complex political institutions and the increase in differences between individual communities".
  • This has been regarded by many as helping to catalyze the opening-up of the country from its former isolation.
  • Although the protesters ultimately failed to achieve their specific goals, they helped catalyze the Indian community.
  • The reactions are usually base catalyzed, but can also take place under acid or neutral conditions.
  • The first mass social movement catalyzed around the controversial political figure, John Wilkes.
  • The study was published that June and catalyzed the international study of nutrition.
  • In the second half of the 20th century tourism became a catalyzing new element of the local economy.
  • These first two steps are similar to a base-catalyzed aldol reaction.
  • His experiences of travel catalyzed his interest in writing, and he published several books of poetry and prose poems.
  • The project is expected to catalyze new growth in two underdeveloped regions.
  • Other sources claim, and for the later catalyzed model.
  • Continued community organizing was catalyzed by these events, and African Americans began to enter the political system again.
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Words starting with catalyze

Meaning of catalyze

  • verb Change by catalysis or cause to catalyze