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SCR catalyst for Hg oxidation

Stationary emissions control: Johnson Matthey’s advanced SCR catalysts can achieve high Hg0 conversions under a variety of power plant conditions for cleaner energy and cleaner air.

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Hydrogenation catalysts

Johnson Matthey offers a range of hydrogenation catalysts through its HTC™, PRICAT™ and SPONGE METAL™ catalyst brands.

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SCR systems

Stationary emissions control: Johnson Matthey SCR systems prevent air pollution from stationary diesel and natural gas engines for cleaner energy and cleaner air.

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RTA-25

Aromatic and aliphatic primary amines can be obtained using our Transaminases

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Gold chloride solution (40% w/w Au)

Hydrogen tetrachloroaurate(III) solution | CAS: 16903-35-8

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Product stewardship

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Chloroiridic acid crystal (CIA) Ir-114

Hydrogen hexachloroiridate(IV) solid | CAS: 16941-92-7

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C4-008

CAS Number: 364732-86-5

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Pd-171

CAS Number: 1798781-96-0 | RuPhos Pd(crotyl)Cl

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Pd-183

AmPhos Palladacycle 2nd Gen

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Catalyst enhancement FCC additive

CAT-AID, Johnson Matthey’s catalyst enhancement additive, is designed to overcome many of the shortcomings related to deactivation of base catalyst from metal contaminants such as vanadium, nickel, iron, calcium, sodium, and potassium.

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PL-135 (dppf)

CAS Number: 12150-46-8

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Chloroiridic acid solution (CIA)

Hydrogen hexachloroiridate (IV) solution | CAS: 16941-92-7

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Iridium black

Iridium black | CAS: 7439-88-5

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COPPER-FLO filler metals

COPPER-FLO™ filler metals are recommended for the flux-less brazing of copper most commonly for joining tubes and pipes in heating, refrigeration, air-conditioning and heat exchanger components.

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GDH-5

Glucose dehydrogenase (GDH) catalyses the oxidation of D-glucose to D-glucolactone, while reducing in turn NAD+ or NADP+ to NADH and NADPH, respectively.

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C4-002 | (R)-Xyl-PPhos

CAS Number: 442905-33-1

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C2-060

CAS Number: 208118-82-5

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C1-722

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B503032-5

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B501032-5

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C101023-5

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GDH-101

Glucose dehydrogenase (GDH) catalyses the oxidation of D-glucose to D-glucolactone, while reducing in turn NAD+ or NADP+ to NADH and NADPH, respectively.

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BL-101 |XPhos

CAS Number: 564483-18-7

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BL-103 | SPhos

CAS Number: 657408-07-6

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Pd-63

CAS Number: 21797-13-7

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BL-111 | Me4-t BuXPhos

CAS Number: 857356-94-6

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Rh-95, rhodium (acetylacetonato)(1,5-cyclooctadiene)

Rhodium(2,4-pentanedionate)(1,5-cyclooctadiene) | CAS: 12245-39-5

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Sodium chloropalladite (SCP)

Sodium tetrachloropalladate(II) | CAS: 13820-53-6

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Pd-70

Bis(2,4-pentanedionato)palladium(II) | CAS: 14024-61-4

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Pd-141

CAS Number: 69861-71-8

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催化剂涂层膜 (CCM)

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膜电极组件 (MEA)

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Pd-142

CAS Number: 12145-47-0

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SINOX® SCR

Data centre emission control product

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ADH-20

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

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C1-021

CAS Number: 1160707-20-9

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Pd-133

CAS Number: 1041005-52-0

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Rh-120

CAS Number: 12354-85-7

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BL-105 | tBuBrettPhos

CAS Number: 1160861-53-9

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Pd-90

CAS Number: 12107-56-1

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Ruthenium dioxide low surface area (LSA) 800/3A

Ruthenium dioxide anhydrous | CAS: 12036-10-1

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Pd-162

CAS Number: 1334497-00-5 | P(tBu)3] Pd(crotyl)Cl

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Pd-152

CAS Number: 1252598-33-6 | QPhos Pd(crotyl)Cl

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Pd-150

CAS Number: 565441-56-7

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C2-020

CAS Number: 849950-56-7

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C2-000

CAS Number: 573718-56-6

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Pd-196

CAS Number: 2548904-05-6 | [HtBuXPhos]2[Pd2Cl6]

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CAE-001.R

CAS Number: 1517-69-7

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CAE-004.R

CAS Number: 24915-95-5

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CAE-004.S

CAS Number: 56816-01-4

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CAE-002.S

CAS Number: 59042-90-9

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CAE-001.S

CAS Number: 1445-91-6

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CAE-014.R

CAS Number: 10531-50-7

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CAE-010.S

CAS Number: 100760-04-1

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Platinum labware

We manufacture platinum labware, including crucibles and dishes, to provide maximum service life, with the bases being thicker than the walls. The capacities and shapes available meet most laboratory requirements and we can custom make other products. Most of our crucibles and dishes are made from 99.7% platinum with small additions of iridium and rhodium, but other materials are available.

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Ru-721

CAS Number: 850424-32-7

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Ru-134

CAS Number: 32993-05-8

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C1-452

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Ru-132

CAS Number: 96503-27-4

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