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Precious metal recovery

We offer innovative solutions for effective cleaning of plant components through onsite and offsite aggressive and non-aggressive techniques.

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COS removal

The removal of COS is carried out by a two stage process which involves the hydrolysis of the COS and the subsequent absorption of the H2S which is produced by this reaction.

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Pd-191

CAS Number: 1846557-10-5 | [SPhos Pd(allyl)]OTf

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Pre-reforming catalysts

Johnson Matthey has a long legacy in pre-reforming catalysts dating back to the 1960s and offers the CRG series of catalysts.

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Formaldehyde plant range

The latest FORMOX™ plant design is a step further in the evolution of our plant technology.

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Thermocouple express ordering

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Esterification technology

Esters are organic compounds characterised by the RCOOR’ functional group, and are most commonly derived from the reaction of carboxylic acids with alcohols.

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BL-106 |RuPhos

CAS Number: 787618-22-8

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Pd-181

CAS Number: 1385042-42-1 | P(o-Tol)3 Pd(crotyl)Cl

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A702023-10

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A503002-5

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A-4F00

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A-5000

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Pd-179

CAS Number: 1375325-77-1 | XantPhos Palladacycle 2nd Gen

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Choline chloride process

Our DAVY™ choline chloride technology includes a continuous single-stream process in which ethylene oxide, hydrochloric acid, trimethylamine (TMA) are reacted under moderate conditions to produce choline chloride.

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SIL-FOS filler metals

SIL-FOS™ filler metals are recommended for the fluxless brazing of copper.

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TENACITY products

View information on a number of our TENACITY™ flux powders and pastes.

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Bottoms upgrading FCC additive

Information on bottoms upgrading FCC additive.

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Fischer Tropsch technology

Johnson Matthey have collaborated with BP to produce our proprietary fixed-bed Fischer Tropsch (FT) technology – a simple and robust system which forms the heart of our gas-to-liquids (GTL) process.

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Pd-100

Bis(triphenylphosphino)palladium chloride | CAS: 13965-03-2

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