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Ruthenium chloride solution

Ruthenium(III) chloride solution | CAS: 10049-08-8

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Natural detergent alcohols process

Johnson Matthey has licensed the greatest number of plants worldwide for the production of natural detergent alcohols (NDA), also known as fatty alcohols.

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C4-025

CAS Number: 192463-40-4

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C4-040

CAS Number: 406680-94-2

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Pd-106

CAS Number: 95464-05-4

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Upholding high ethical standards

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Communities

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Methylamines process

Johnson Matthey's DAVY™ methylamines (MA) flowsheet is the most extensively licensed process of its kind in the world. As such, it is well-proven through extensive use across a majority of operating MA plants. We have continued to improve our process and today offer an improved derivative of our original design.

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Pd-119

CAS Number: 215788-65-1

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Diesel particulate filter

Mobile emission controls: a diesel particulate filter (DPF) removes particulate matter from diesel exhaust by physical filtration.

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EPA Tier 4 compliance

Stationary emissions control: our integrated SCRT® technology for US EPA Tier 4 diesel engine compliance.

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C4-027

CAS Number: 325168-88-5

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Reducing waste

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Reducing our other emissions to air

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Pd-62

Bis(acetonitrile)palladium(II) chloride | CAS: 14592-56-4

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Custom catalysts

Our custom catalyst programmes deliver products suitable for reliable scale up from gram to kilo and kilo to tonne for customers worldwide. This makes us a desirable catalyst partner in today’s chemical industry.

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Pd-120

CAS Number: 24554-43-6

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Pd-122

CAS Number: 34409-44-4 | PdCl2 [P(tBu)2Ph]2

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C7-040

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Methanation catalysts

Methanation is the reaction by which carbon oxides and hydrogen are converted to methane and water. The reaction is catalysed by nickel catalysts. In industry, there are two main uses for methanation, to purify synthesis gas (i.e. remove traces of carbon oxides) and to manufacture methane.

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