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5R289 Powder

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Soft solders

See our range of lead-free, silver-lead, tin-lead and low-melting indium soft solders.

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Phosphine pi-allyl Catalyst Kit

Our new range of Phosphine pi-allyl Palladium catalysts are highly active, across a range of challenging cross-coupling reactions.

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Pd-146

CAS Number: 72287-26-4 | PdCl2 (dppf) solvent free

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Total saturation catalysts

We offer a range of palladium and nickel based catalysts for total saturation duties.

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Acetylene conversion catalysts

We offer catalysts for selective hydrogenation, for both ethylene plant configurations: front-end and tail-end.

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MAPD conversion catalysts

The removal of MAPD from crude propylene produces polymer grade propylene. We offer catalysts for MAPD converters configured as vapour phase or liquid phase reactors, to suit the plant's needs.

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Achieving net zero by 2040

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C4-020 ((S)-PPhos)

CAS Number: 362524-23-0

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PL-134 (QPhos)

CAS Number: 312959-24-3

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Reducing water consumption

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C4-007

CAS Number: 325168-89-6

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Pd-121

CAS Number: 124268-93-5

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Ruthenium chloride solution

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

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C1-000

CAS Number: 192139-92-7

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C1-100

CAS Number: 213603-12-4

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C1-010

CAS Number: 192139-90-5

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Palladium chloride solution 20-25% w/w Pd

Hydrogen tetrachloropalladate(II) solution | CAS: 85129-17-5

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IRED-101

Description: Imine Reductase for reductive amination

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C1-750 (Ru-SNS)

CAS Number: 1462397-86-9

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ENE-107

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

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D302011-5

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D101002-5

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C301099-5

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Soldering fluxes

Soft solder fluxes are available in forms with both corrosive and intermediate/low corrosivity residues.

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Fluxes

ALU-FLO, EASYFLO, soldering fluxes and TENACITY flux powders and pastes

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Pt-100

CAS Number: 15604-36-1

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Pt-99

Trimethyl(methylcyclopentadienyl)platinum(IV) | CAS: 94442-22-5

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Nitinol products

Johnson Matthey is a leader in large diameter, thin wall and microlumen Nitinol tubing, commonly used in catheters, stents, and superelastic needles.

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Precious metal and precision micromachined components

Medical device companies need a partner who can offer high quality, comprehensive solutions, to help manufacturers develop competitive technologies that are first to market.

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Our strategy

Catalysing the net zero transition for our customers

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ACT technology

ACT™ coatings protect ceramics through a thin coating (200-500 µm) of platinum or 10% rhodium/platinum and are Ideal for long runs and limited thermal cycling.

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PGM refining

As the largest secondary Platinum Group Metals (PGM) refiner in the world, we've developed highly advanced processes for extracting and separating PGMs from products – so advanced that we can refine to a purity of 99.95%.

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Biodiesel process

Johnson Matthey’s DAVY™ biodiesel process offers a solution to this problem. Our flowsheet can employ inexpensive low-quality non-edible feeds, in addition to virgin and higher-quality oils.

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Propylene glycol process

Our DAVY™ glycerol to propylene glycol (GPG) process is a perfect fit for our DAVY biodiesel process as the by-product, glycerol, can be fed to an adjoining GPG plant.

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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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Dimethyl ether process

DME is an alternative automotive fuel solution and can be used as fuel in diesel engines, gasoline and gas turbines. Johnson Matthey offers the DAVY™ DME process, which uses methanol feed, as an extension to our methanol flowsheet.

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Hydrochlorination technology

Hydrochlorination involves adding hydrogen chloride across the multiple bond of an unsaturated hydrocarbon. Johnson Matthey's DAVY™ hydrochlorination technology focuses on alkyne (triple-bonded) reactants.

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Reforming technologies (ATR, GHR, SMR)

Johnson Matthey's DAVY™ reforming technologies transform natural gas into synthesis gas (syngas, predominantly CO, CO2 and H2) . Syngas is a feedstock for the DAVY gas to liquids (GTL) and methanol processes.

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Environmental oxidation process

Environmental concerns about industrial emissions to air and water have been continually growing. In response, Johnson Matthey has targeted key issues by applying our expertise in catalysts and catalytic technology.

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New processes

Expansion of our DAVY™ process portfolio is a key element of our business strategy, and this is accomplished by a combination of in-house developments, acquisition and collaborative programmes.

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Metal additive manufacturing

Additive manufacturing of speciality metal powders is a cost effective method of making complex shapes and iterative designs with reduced lead times.

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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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Care and use of laboratory apparatus

Correctly caring for your precious metal apparatus will provide a service life unrivalled by another other material.

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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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CATACEL SSR catalyst

Johnson Matthey’s CATACEL SSR tailored catalyst technology is a proven high performance, direct replacement catalytic solution for producing hydrogen from natural gas through the steam reforming process.

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Hydroformylation technology

Hydroformylation is the process by which an olefin (alkene) reacts with syngas (CO and H2) to form an aldehyde. Also commonly known as the “Oxo” process, hydroformylation is the first step in the production of oxo alcohols with the intermediate aldehyde converted to an alcohol by hydrogenation.

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Monoethylene glycol (MEG) process

Our new process using proprietary catalyst developed by Johnson Matthey and East­man enables the production of MEG from methanol via formaldehyde. This offers a unique and exciting opportunity for methanol and/or formaldehyde pro­ducers who are interested in diversifying their product slate.

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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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Amination technology

Amines are compounds derived from ammonia and contain a nitrogen atom with a lone electron pair. Amination is the process by which an amine group is added to an organic compound.

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iUFC process

FORMOX™ plants are available for integrated direct production of UFC (urea formaldehyde concentrate).

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Substitute natural gas (SNG) process

With over 20 years' experience, Johnson Matthey is the market leader in the supply of SNG catalysts and technology, with our DAVY™ licensed plants providing more than half of global SNG production.

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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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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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Turbocharger and steam utilisation process

In most high power cost situations, a turbocharger is the preferred design with short payback on the extra investment.

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Process optimisation

Through our exclusive partnership with ProSim we can enhance plant performance through diagnostics and optimisation of the entire nitric acid process.

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Gas to liquids process

Converting natural gas to liquid fuels is an attractive prospect, particularly where the gas resource is effectively stranded in a remote location, making the conventional routes to market, by long distance pipeline or conversion to liquefied natural gas (LNG) for shipment by sea, uneconomic.

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Purified terephthalic acid (PTA) process

A successful collaboration between Johnson Matthey and Dow has achieved a breakthrough PTA process offering improved economics, competitiveness and reliability while delivering a quality PTA product.

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Hydrogenation technology

Hydrogenation is a key part of the oxo alcohols process for the production of oxo alcohols, where aldehyde produced by hydroformylation or aldolisation is hydrogenated to produce oxo alcohols.

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Oxidation technology

In terms of organic chemistry, oxidation is defined as a reaction which causes carbon to lose electron density. This can be caused by a carbon atom forming a bond with a more electronegative atom (e.g. oxygen, nitrogen), or breaking a bond with a less electronegative atom (e.g. hydrogen).

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