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Aromatic and aliphatic primary amines can be obtained using Amine Dehydrogenases.
Aromatic and aliphatic primary amines can be obtained using our Transaminases
An alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH) for the reduction of ketones and aldehydes to the corresponding alcohols.
An alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH) for the reduction of ketones and aldehydes to the corresponding alcohols
Ene reductase enzymes for the reduction of C=C double bonds in the presence of an electron withdrawing group
Stationary emissions control: Johnson Matthey’s SCRT® technology combines the diesel particulate filter system, incorporating an oxidation catalyst, to control CO, HC and PM, and a SCR catalyst to reduce NOx emissions.
Johnson Matthey’s SUPER SOXGETTER and LO-SOX PB families of SOx reduction additives have been developed to decrease the cost of removing SOx from the FCC flue gas in full burn, partial burn and two-stage regenerators.
Tetrachlorobis(4-cymene)diruthenium (II) | CAS: 52462-29-0
CAS Number: 185812-86-6
CAS Number: 29934-17-6
This kit contains a complete catalytic range of supported precious metal catalysts with an optimised combination of supports and precious metal.
Perrhenic acid solution | CAS: 13768-11-1
Hydrogen tetrachloroaurate(III) solid | CAS: 16903-35-8
Tris(2,4-pentanedionato)rhodium(III) | CAS: 14284-92-5
An imine reductase (IRED) that catalyses the reductive amination of ketones with small aliphatic amines.
CAS Number: 1798782-11-2 | [BrettPhos Pd(crotyl)]OTf
CAS Number: 879689-28-8 | [XantPhos Pd(allyl)]Cl
Hexakis(acetato)triaquo-µ-oxotrirhodium(III) acetate solution, rhodium acetate brown solution | CAS: 42204-14-8
CAS Number: 1445085-97-1
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