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ENE-108

Ene reductase enzymes for the reduction of C=C double bonds in the presence of an electron withdrawing group

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C1-308

CAS Number: 1629123-54-1

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C1-314

CAS Number: 1630734-19-8

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C1-310

CAS Number: 851051-43-9

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ADH-244

An alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH) for the reduction of ketones and aldehydes to the corresponding alcohols.

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Rh-93

CAS Number: 12092-47-6

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Rh-96

CAS Number: 35138-22-8

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Rh-92

CAS Number: 12257-42-0

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Pd-136

CAS Number: 1248656-98-5

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Ruthenium black

CAS: 7440-18-8

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C1-850 (Ru-PNN)

CAS Number: 1388712-91-1

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Pd-168

CAS Number: 1375325-71-5 | [P(tBu)3] Palladacycle 2nd Gen

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Pd-172

CAS Number: 1798781-99-3 | SPhos Pd(crotyl)Cl

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Pd-166

CAS Number: 104889-13-6 | PdCl2 [P(tBu)(Cy)2]2

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Rh-95

CAS Number: 12245-39-5

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C=C double bond reduction kit

This kit contains 7 ene reductase (ENE) enzymes for the reduction of C=C double bonds in the presence of an electron withdrawing group (EWG).

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Pd-100

CAS Number: 13965-03-2

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Tetrammine palladium hydrogen carbonate (TPDHC)

Tetrammine palladium(II) hydrogen carbonate (TPDHC) | CAS: 134620-00-1

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Hexahydroxyplatinic acid (HHPA)

Hydrogen hexahydroxyplatinate(IV) | CAS: 51850-20-5

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SCR catalyst elements and modules

Stationary emissions control: SINOX® honeycomb SCR and plate SCR catalyst are pre-installed in element frames or modules for durability and easy handling.

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QuadraPure TU

Polymer beads for metal impurity removal and value recovery

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RTA-45

Aromatic and aliphatic primary amines can be obtained using our Transaminases

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ADH-62

An alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH) for the reduction of ketones and aldehydes to the corresponding alcohols.

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Methanol synthesis catalysts

Methanol synthesis is the formation of methanol from carbon oxides and hydrogen. It is catalysed by copper-zinc catalysts. KATALCO 51-series methanol synthesis catalysts are key to the methanol technologies offered by Johnson Matthey.

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Ru-70

CAS Number: 14284-93-6

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Ru-121

CAS Number: 90614-07-6

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Ru-123

CAS Number: 37366-09-9

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Ru-122

CAS Number: 52462-31-4

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C1-361

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Pd-175

CAS Number: 1798782-15-6 | [tBuBrettPhos Pd(allyl)]OTf

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Pd-180

CAS Number: 1846558-62-0 | [BippyPhos Pd(allyl)]OTf

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Pd-178

CAS Number: 307494-95-7 | P(Cy3) Pd(crotyl) Cl

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Pd-181

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

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Pd-176

CAS Number: 879689-47-1 | [(R)-BINAP Pd(allyl)]Cl

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Pd-197

CAS Number: 2548904-09-0 | [HtBuBrettPhos]2[Pd2Cl6]

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C1-311

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A-3B00

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RTA-105

Aromatic and aliphatic primary amines can be obtained using our Transaminases

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Pd-107

Dichloro [1,1’- bis(diphenylphosphino)ferrocene] palladium(II) acetone adduct | CAS: 851232-71-8

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Ir-115

CAS Number: 12354-84-6

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Ethanolamine hexahydroxyplatinic acid (Platinum EA solution)

Ethanolamine hexahydroxyplatinic acid

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5R430

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A503023-5

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A405129-5

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A302002-5

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A-8B46

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Sour shift catalysts

Johnson Matthey is the world's leading supplier of sour shift catalysts with the KATALCO K8-11 series of products.

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Low temperature shift catalysts

The latest products in our low temperature shift range combine high activity and poisons resistance with excellent selectivity to give low methanol by-product formation.

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Other shift catalysts

Medium temperature shift (MTS) and isothermal shift (ITS) catalysts are becoming more common in use.

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High temperature shift catalysts

Read about our high temperature shift catalysts. Our latest high activity products are the result of extensive catalyst development in high temperature duties.

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5R619

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5R611

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5R87L

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5T761

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A-2000

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RTA-102

Aromatic and aliphatic primary amines can be obtained using our Transaminases

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ADH-61

An alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH) for the reduction of ketones and aldehydes to the corresponding alcohols

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De-aromatisation catalysts

Depending on feedstock, operating conditions and desired end product specification, our experienced technical specialists will advise you on the most appropriate HTC type - or a combination thereof.

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5R325 Powder

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