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macromolecular catalyst;polymer catalyst
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nature : The catalytic activity of polymers. By polymer chain catalytic activity can be divided into groups of organic functional group type, the immobilized enzyme type, metal type. Enzymes are biological catalysts of some non-metal ions, and some metal ions, with very high specificity and selectivity, with the exception of ribonuclease, thousands of enzymes are proteins form. Synthetic polymer catalyst has two senses, first simulated natural enzyme-catalyzed explore mechanism; Second, the use of small molecules to overcome the deficiencies of metal catalysts, such as reducing or eliminating the corrosive and improve the stability and activity of the substrate and the selective recovery can be easily separated from repeated use.


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1) polymeric catalyst
2) catalyst;catalyzer
3) catalyst;catalytic agent
4) synthetic polymeric catalyzator
5) natural polymeric catalyzator
6) macromolecule;polymer
7) semi-synthetic polymeric catalyst
8) metallic polymeric catalyzator
9) metal-containing reactive polymer
10) non-metallic synthetic polymeric catalyzator
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