Definitions for "Catalyst "
a substance that initiates or accelerates a chemical reaction without itself being affected; as, thousands of enzymes serve in concert as calaysts to produce the sequence of reactions we call "life"; the industrial production of cheap ammonia depended on finding a good catalyst.
something or someone that causes events to happen with itself being changed.
A substance which accelerates a chemical reaction without itself taking part in the reaction. Example: alkylation will not take place unless some substance such as sulphuric acid is present; such a substance is called a catalyst.
Keywords:  maypole, ruby, perl, lego, mvc
Catalyst is a Web application framework for Perl. It is based on Maypole, and adds many features from Ruby on Rails, Struts, Spring, and Tomcat. The development philosophy focuses on Don't Repeat Yourself, Lego-like components, Code Generation, and very strong testability. It supports a number of plugins, models, views, and controllers.
Catalyst is an open source Web application framework written in Perl, that closely follows the Model-view-controller (MVC) architecture, and supports a number of experimental web patterns. It's heavily inspired by such frameworks as Ruby On Rails, Maypole, and Spring.
a single event or group of events pertinent to the security presented on the display screen
a character, event, or circumstances which force a protagonist into a quest or achieving of an objective.
Catalyst is a 2002 novel by Laurie Halse Anderson about a straight A senior named Kate Malone. It can be regarded as a sequel to Speak, as it has the same setting in Merryweather High School and a cameo appearance by Melinda Sordino (the protagonist in Speak), and it takes place a year after the events in Speak.
a highly active, pure liquid tertiary amine that is su
Amine having at least one reactive function in its structure. It reacts with an N-C-O group and it is incorporated in the polymer network.
entropy ion exchange nucleus spin quantum number
Catalyst is the currently the primary science-journalism television series made by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC). Launched in 2001, it replaced Quantum, which had ceased the previous year, and screens at 8:00 p.m. on Thursdays.
Catalyst is a series of fantasy role-playing game supplements created by Flying Buffalo as a series of game aids that could be used with any medieval fantasy-themed role-playing game system. The first one, Grimtooth's Traps, was released in 1981. Numerous other Catalyst books were produced including the Citybook series, seven Traps books, Treasure Vault, and the Lejentia campaign setting.
something that serves as a precipitating occasion for an event; as, the invasion acted as a catalyst to unite the country.
something that causes an important event to happen; "the invasion acted as a catalyst to unite the country"
a person or thing that causes an event or process to happen
Keywords:  riaa, glory, album, studio, august
Catalyst is the fourth studio album by New Found Glory. It was released on May 18 2004 and certified gold by the RIAA on August 18 2004.
Keywords:  mekp, see
(see MEKP)
Keywords:  mepk, see
The unique name given to the Boise State University Albertsons Library's online catalog.
a thin coating of precious metals (rhodium, platinum, and palladium) applied to the surface of the substrate material
Catalyst is an independent left wing think tank based in London, United Kingdom, set up in 1998 to promote policies directed to the redistribution of power, wealth and opportunity. It is not aligned to any political party but is generally sympathetic to the Labour Movement and describes itself as "an organisation of the left".
an ingredient which remarkably influences the activation, modification, benefit, or completion of a process much beyond its solitary contribution
a person or thing acting as the stimulus in bringing about or hastening a result
a collaborative case study focusing on causes of revenue leakage prevalent in the communications market, and the potential for RA tools as a solution
Keywords:  nox, exhaust, emissions, reduce, means
A catalyst provides a means to further reduce exhaust emissions for NOx and CO.
Keywords:  insight, divine, animal, power
an animal given divine power and insight
A nonprofit organization whose main objective is to advance women in all professions (
a proof point which illustrates the benefits of common models and the automatic generation of configuration artifacts
Keywords:  lighter, match
a match or lighter
discipline income opinion specialise worldwide
an external element that facilitates a result