Catalysis and high pressure chemistry

Catalyzed reactions are typically used to accelerate the rate by which a specific chemistry proceeds. Essentially, the action of the catalyst is to provide an alternative, lower energy pathway for the reaction.  For this to occur, the catalytic substance interacts with a reactant and forms an intermediate compound. This intermediate is transient in that after it forms, it breaks apart leaving the original catalyst species unchanged. A catalyst is not affected by the reaction as far as the chemical structure or mass at reaction completion.

 

  • Heterogeneous Catalyzed Reaction
  • Homogeneous Catalyzed Reaction

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